November 14, 2012
RENNES, France, Nov. 14 – CAPS announced today a new version of its directive-based CAPS Compiler in support of the new Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor based on the Intel Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture. CAPS customers will be able to easily port their scientific applications that already use directives and directly benefit from the improved capabilities of Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor.
CAPS source-to-source compilers integrate a powerful OpenCL parallel code generator that is can be very effective.
“With the ongoing standardization effort in the directive-based programming such as OpenMP for accelerators, we believe our customers will be able to keep their legacy codes portable across those architectures,” said François Bodin, CAPS CTO. “By using these tools, our customers can easily accelerate their use of manycore architectures.””
“CAPS leadership in supporting solutions to help programmers focus on their science while tools help them with performance really is a service to the community of users,” said James Reinders, Director and Evangelist, Intel Corporation. “CAPS ongoing support for moving to OpenMP standardization is to be applauded.”
About CAPS entreprise
CAPS entreprise is a leading provider of solutions for programming and deploying applications on many-core systems. Its source-to-source compilers are based on C, C++, and FORTRAN directives and supports OpenACC® and OpenHMPP standards. With a strong background in programming and tuning HPC parallel machines, CAPS also provides a large range of engineering services to adapt scientific applications to the parallel world. CAPS counts many success stories in porting, optimizing and parallelizing codes in various areas: oil and gas, meteorology, biology, image processing and finance.
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