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OptimaNumerics Releases New Libraries
Posted Wed August 11, 2004 @11:39AM
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News OptimaNumerics, leader in high performance technical and scientific computing software, has introduced OptimaNumerics Libraries for Intel Xeon EM64T Linux platform.

OptimaNumerics Libraries for Intel Xeon EM64T provide customers with the highest performance numerical software components to enable efficient technical and scientific computations.

OptimaNumerics Libraries, with linear algebra, parallel linear algebra and parallel random number generators modules, provide high performance versions of LAPACK, ScaLAPACK, SPRNG and PLFG libraries. Benchmark results of OptimaNumerics Libraries for the 64-bit Xeon processor have shown significant performance improvements, with components delivering 50x faster solutions.

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The new OptimaNumerics Libraries for the Intel Xeon EM64T processor build on OptimaNumerics' innovative technologies that have consistently delivered superior performance and portability across a wide range of platforms. Other platforms supported include the Intel Xeon and Itanium processor families, the AMD Opteron, IBM POWER, IBM PowerPC, HP PA-RISC, HP Alpha and Sun UltraSPARC architectures.

"The rapid availability of OptimaNumerics Libraries support for the Intel Xeon EM64T Linux platform, as well as the high level of performance delivered, highlights the benefit and the reliability of our technologies, enabling our customers to take advantage of this new processor to satisfy their computational needs in a timely and cost effective manner", commented Dr Kenneth Tan, CEO of OptimaNumerics Ltd.

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