Low-Power HPC Movement Gathers Pace: Allinea Software Available on ARM-Based Viridis

Posted on 02 July, 2013

Following calls from the HPC community for increased support in porting and debugging HPC server applications to the ARM® architecture, Allinea has brought its development tools to the ARM-based Boston Viridis. This is fantastic news for those seeking to explore the low-power benefits of the Viridis for HPC workloads.

The Allinea DDT debugger and Allinea MAP performance profiler are extremely scalable parallel development tools that enable more efficient use of resources, whilst reducing the complexity and risk of software development.

This announcement represents great progress by Boston, Calxeda and Allinea in overcoming the barriers associated with migrating from x86 to an ARM-based architecture. Well done to everyone involved!

Read the full press release here and find out more about the Boston Viridis here.

Tags: HPC, Viridis

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