Company Overview of PathScale Inc.
PathScale Inc. develops and delivers Fortran, C, and C++ compiler products for AMD64, Intel 64, MIPS processors. It offers ENZO, a GPGPU solution for kernel drivers and programming model; ENZO Studio, a cluster productivity tool for C, C++, and Fortran; EKOPath ARM, an ARM compiler for ARM devices, Android, and ST processors; Bi-Endian Compiler, a solution to migrate applications from little or big endian; Hybrid Multicore Parallel Programming (HMPP) x86, a solution for applications; and HMPP C++ templates. The company also provides ENZO, a GPGPU and multi-core solution, which couples programming models with code generation for NVIDIA Tesla; support for CUDA and HMPP directives in C, C++, an...
427 North Tatnall Street
Wilmington, DE 19801-2230
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for PathScale Inc.
Co-Founder and Vice President of Engineering
Chief Operation Officer and Chief Strategy Officer
Director of Hardware Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
PathScale Inc. Key Developments
PathScale Announces Upcoming Availability of its EKOPath Compiler for ARM(R) Based Servers in High-Performance Computing Applications
Nov 17 14
PathScale announced the upcoming availability of its EKOPath Compiler for ARM(R) -based servers in high-performance computing (HPC) applications. EKOPath compiler supports SIMD and AES instructions in addition to C99, C++ 2003, C++11, Fortran 90/95 and partial support for Fortran 2003 and 2008. The BLAS libraries have also been ported and optimized for the ARMv8-A architecture to provide developers with the framework to create ARM-based solutions for HPC applications. The availability of PathScale's EKOPath Compiler underscores the continued growth of ARM's HPC ecosystem and the demand for ARM-based servers from within the HPC community. The alpha version of the compiler and libraries will be available for customer evaluation in December 2014.
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