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April 12, 2012
RENNES, France, April 12 --CAPS entreprise, the many-core programming company, today announced a new collaboration with NOVATTE, Singaporean supercomputers manufacturer, dedicated to the promotion and sale of HMPP™ and CAPS services in South-East Asia.
CAPS software products and services have been designed to ease applications porting and migration on many-core architectures. Its flagship product, HMPP is a directive-based compiler that preserves legacy codes. Complementary to OpenMP and MPI™, HMPP lets users incrementally develop or port existing applications without the complexity associated with many-core programming. CAPS also offers its expertise to guide and support developers and programmers in every steps of their project. They will have access to CAPS wide range of services such as the diagnostic of their applications, code porting and migration and training.
“We are very glad to enter into this agreement as NOVATTE brings great added value to CAPS offer thanks to its expertise in supercomputing and GPU computing development and set-ups. The HPC community in South-East Asia will benefit from both companies complementary skills that enable providing a complete hardware/software platform with the associated services.”, says Laurent Bertaux, CAPS CEO.
NOVATTE helps researchers and scientists in South-East Asia to drastically speed-up research process and save costs at the same time through NOVATTE’s unique value proposition in HPC environment. NOVATTE carefully designs and fine-tunes its HPC and GPU systems to provide the best performance and ease-of-use. Company also provides complete environment for HPC/GPU community in Asia Pacific region by running HPC/GPU trainings and technology conferences, offering consulting, cluster remote monitoring and other services and collaborating with ISVs and ecosystem partners to fine-tune NOVATTE systems for specific industry applications.
“We are very excited to team up with CAPS as it allows us to add important value proposition to our customers – GPU software porting. CAPS’ unique products complement our HPC ecosystem, products, services and trainings and help to position NOVATTE as a single point of contact for High Performance Computing expertise in South-East Asia” – says Yury Drozdov, NOVATTE CEO.
About CAPS entreprise
CAPS is a major supplier of solutions dedicated to application migration and deployment on many-core processors. CAPS global solutions for many-core lead the developer to performance by providing top-of-the-range technology (HMPP hybrid compiler and wizard), code porting methodology and ecosystem. Its directive-based & multi-target HMPP™ compiler enables developers to safely move to hybrid CPU / GPU model and leverage the computing power of stream processors without the pain associated to GPU programming. HMPP™ is offered within CAPS DevDeck™ package: an ALL-IN-ONE multi-level suite for many-core application definition, porting and optimization with tools, methodology and resources.
NOVATTE is the Singaporean supercomputer manufacturer. NOVATTE delivers customized High Performance Computing and GPU Computing systems for scientific researchers, financial services industry, software developers and HPC application users who require high performance, low-latency and reliability. Fine-tuning systems to specific needs and industry verticals, NOVATTE allows its customers to gain drastic competitive advantage in performance, CAPEX savings, operating cost savings and reliability over the peers who use standard boxed solutions widely available on the market.
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