Cray Acquires PathScale Compiler Suite

Posted by montezuma on Oct 1, 2009 1:04 AM EDT
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The Pathscale compiler, a favorite of those using AMD (Opteron) clusters has been purchased by Cray and will be open sourced.

I have used this compiler for the last 5 years and it is skads faster than anything else on x86_64 architecture. Really great news that it will be open sourced and an HPC (high performance computing) compiler development community built. As usual Linux will be the platform of choice. Cray is to be praised for giving back to the community and keeping this excellent software alive through open source. - montezuma

From the Press Release

"I cannot express enough gratitude to Cray in helping rebuild PathScale and giving us this opportunity for the future," said Christopher Bergström, PathScale's new CTO. "Our vision ahead is bright and optimistic with a focus to continue our position as one of the highest performing HPC compilers in the industry. As a new member of the PathScale team I intend to lead the way in building a strong open source community for PathScale. We believe our solid commitment to open source will enable the community to thrive by facilitating collaboration, sharing of knowledge, innovation and research."

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