de The Portland Group
Suite Fortran que incluye los compiladores F77, F90 y HPF con paralelización y el depurador paralelo OpenMP.
F77, F95 and HPF for 32-bit and 64-bit AMD64 and IA32 processor-based servers.
PGHPF® Server is PGI's Fortran-only compiler bundle for multi-user systems and workgroups. PGHPF® Server includes multi-user network floating licenses for all of the PGI Fortran compilers, for PGDBG® OpenMP Linux graphical debugger (not currently available on Microsoft* Windows*) and for PGPROF® graphical OpenMP Linux performance profiler (command-level only on Windows).
If you develop or maintain scientific and technical applications, chances are you have a big investment in Fortran. After four decades, it's still the cornerstone of technical computing. The PGHPF® Server Fortran compilers deliver outstanding performance on 32-bit and 64-bit AMD64 and IA32 processor-based workstations and servers, and enable simple portable parallel programming for both shared-memory and clustered computing systems. Whether you have legacy FORTRAN 77 that relies on Cray, DEC, or IBM extensions, or are writing modern parallel codes in OpenMP Fortran 95 or High Performance Fortran (HPF), PGHPF Server has all the features you need.
PGHPF Server is highly optimized for Intel Pentium II/III/4, Intel Xeon/Xeon-64 and AMD Athlon/AthlonXP/Opteron workstations and servers running 32-bit or 64-bit Linux or 32-bit Microsoft* Windows* (NT/2000/XP). You will have the option of parallelizing your applications automatically, or by using explicit HPF or OpenMP directives. PGI's outstanding performance allows you to build high performance applications for SMP shared-memory servers with up to 16 CPU which can then run unchanged on workstation clusters or shared-memory servers.
The PGHPF Server compilers and OpenMP Linux debugger/profiles allows multiple users to compile, debug and profile high performance parallel Fortran and HPF applications on any compatible computer networked to the system on which the PGI compilers are installed (a network-floating license). PGI Server Complete allows debugging and profiling on up to 16 processors or threads while allowing multiple simultaneous users of the Server products. Executables are constrained to use at most 16 processors/threads. There are also no parallel runtime fees of any kind -- the executables produced by the PGHPF Server compilers can be executed on any compatible system regardless of whether PGHPF Server is installed.
The PGHPF Server package includes the PGF90? Fortran 95 compiler, the PGF77® FORTRAN 77 compiler, and the PGHPF High Performance Fortran compiler. PGF90 and PGF77 support automatic parallelization for SMP workstations using a simple compiler switch, and full native support for OpenMP directive-based SMP parallel programming. Many vendors support parallelization using simple add-on pre-processing technology, but PGHPF Server offers the only parallel compilers, debugger and profiler available with parallel shared-memory support integrated into the compilers and tools. The end result is quicker development, higher performance and much higher reliability for the programmer.
PGI's PGHPF data parallel Fortran compiler for high performance computing systems has been adopted as the vendor-supplied HPF implementation on a wide variety of platforms -- including the CRAY T3E and Hewlett-Packard Exemplar. Because HPF includes all features of FORTRAN 77 and Fortran 90, you can be assured that all of your existing Fortran programs will port easily for use with an HPF compiler. The HPF standard has been widely adopted by users and vendors of high performance computing (HPC) systems worldwide, with implementations now available on HPC systems from Digital, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, SGI, Cray, and Sun. By using PGHPF you can ensure you'll have a uniform parallel Fortran development environment across all of these platforms and your Intel Pentium II/III/4, Intel Xeon/Xeon-64 or AMD Athlon/AthlonXP/Opteron processor-based workstations, servers, and clusters.
|PGHPF Server||1,999.00 €|
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