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PathScale, Absoft Offer Development Tools for AMD64
Posted Tue June 29, 2004 @08:12AM
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PathScale and Absoft Corporation have announced the results of a collaborative engineering initiative to assure optimum compatibility and interoperability between the PathScale EKO Compiler Suite for Linux-based AMD64 compatible systems and the Absoft Fx2 Fortran/C/C++ Debugging Solution.

"Absoft has worked closely with PathScale to achieve seamless interoperability between our respective products, and we are now certifying the PathScale EKO Compiler Suite version 1.2 for use with our Fx2 Debugging Solution for Fortran and C/C++," said Wood Lotz, president of Absoft. "Internal tests at Absoft have verified that the advanced optimizations of the PathScale compilers are really quite fast and we are comfortable recommending our Fx2 Debugging Solution with PathScale compilers to Linux application developers."


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The Absoft Fx2 Debugging Solution is the most flexible and comprehensive serial debugger available for Fortran developers, and Fx2 options are also available for debugging in parallel environments. The feature-rich Fx2 debugger also works well for C/C++ and assembler debugging, making Fx2 the industry's most efficient, most complete single node debugging solution. The PathScale EKO Compiler Suite for Fortran 77/90/95 and C/C++ is the world's highest-performance 64-bit compiler for Linux clusters powered by AMD Opteron and Athlon64 processors.

"Absoft has delivered an excellent debugger for Fortran and C-language development and is the first third-party automated debugging tool set formally certified as interoperable with the PathScale EKO compiler suite," said Scott Metcalf, president and CEO of PathScale. "When used together, the Absoft debugging solution and PathScale Compiler Suite uniquely fill a market need for world-class, interoperable development tools that enable organizations to more easily create faster, more efficient Linux cluster applications."

The 1.2 version of the PathScale EKO Compiler Suite will be available from PathScale and its FastPath Resellers worldwide starting on June 30, 2004. This new release will also provide support for SuSE 9.1 and Fedora Core 2, and significant performance improvements for both 64-bit and 32-bit applications. The Fx2 Debugging Solution is available directly from Absoft and from its resellers worldwide.

PathScale EKO Compiler Suite Certified as Interoperable with Streamline Computings Distributed Debugging Tool

PathScale, Inc. and Streamline Computing Ltd. have announced the mutual certification of their respective Linux compilers and parallel debugger. Specifically, version 1.2 of the PathScale EKO Compiler Suite and version 1.7 of Streamline's Distributed Debugging Tool (DDT) have been updated, cross-tested and certified to be fully interoperable with each other.

"When AMD64 application developers combine the superior performance of the PathScale EKO Compilers with the industry's easiest-to-use parallel debugging tool, they will find that creating parallel applications for Linux clusters is immediately faster and easier, resulting in more efficient and more scalable applications," said Dr. Michael Rudgyard, president and CEO for Streamline.

The PathScale EKO Compiler Suite for Fortran 77/90/95 and C/C++ is the world's highest-performance 64-bit compiler for Linux systems powered by AMD Opteron and Athlon64 processors. Streamlines Distributed Debugging Tool (DDT) is a comprehensive graphical debugger designed for the complex tasks associated with debugging scalar, parallel and multi-threaded code.

"Both PathScale and Streamline are committed to accelerating the adoption of clustered computing for all types of high-performance applications," said Scott Metcalf, president and CEO of PathScale. "Together, our two companies are providing AMD64 developers with best-of-breed integrated tools that dramatically speed time to deployment for parallel applications running on Linux clusters."

Version 1.2 of the PathScale EKO Compiler Suite may be purchased from Streamline Computing or PathScale, or from PathScale FastPath Resellers worldwide starting on June 30, 2004. This new PathScale release will also provide support for SuSE 9.1 and Fedora Core 2, and significant performance improvements for both 64-bit and 32-bit applications.

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