MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. and SEATTLE, Nov. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- PathScale, the
developer of innovative software and hardware solutions to accelerate high
performance computing, today announced that the PathScale EKOPath(TM) Compiler
Suite has received three industry awards from the highly respected HPCwire
organization. The PathScale EKOPath Compiler Suite won the Editors' Choice
award for the "Most Significant New HPC Software Product for 2005," and both
the Readers' and Editors' Choice Awards for the software product with the
"Best Software Price Performance." PathScale executives received these honors
from HPCwire editors and publishers during a ceremony at the SC|05 conference
this week in Seattle.
"We're honored that the editors and readers of HPCwire have recognized our
EKOPath Compiler Suite for the second year in a row," said Scott Metcalf, CEO
of PathScale. "EKOPath has become the industry's 64-bit Linux compiler of
choice, preferred by all of the leading Linux system suppliers and deployed by
more than 1,000 leading sites. This award, by one of the HPC industry's most
respected publications, is another strong endorsement of EKOPath's performance
The PathScale EKOPath Compiler Suite offers the industry's
highest-performance C, C++, and Fortran 9X compilers for 64-bit Linux-based
computer systems. It has been optimized for both the AMD64 and Intel EM64T
architectures and has the world's most sophisticated optimization
infrastructure. At SC|05, PathScale released the newest version of EKOPath,
version 2.3, introducing autoparallelization support and a new version of
PathOpt, an innovative performance optimization tool that automatically
determines the best compiler flags for Linux applications.
The award-winning PathScale EKOPath compilers can be evaluated free for 30
days by visiting www.pathscale.com/trial.php.
PATHSCALE AT SC|05
Visitors to the SC|05 show in Seattle can see all of the latest PathScale
products running live in the PathScale booth (#422). PathScale
InfiniPath(TM)-connected clusters are also running at AMD's booth on Angstrom
servers, in the Microway booth, and in the TeamHPC booth. In addition, an
extensive group of PathScale partners are promoting their InfiniPath
interconnect and EKOPath Compiler Suite offerings. The list includes Arima,
Cisco, Lahey Computer Systems, LSTC, HP, IBM, Iwill, Linux Networx, MSI,
SilverStorm, Supermicro, Verari Systems, Voltaire and Western Scientific.
PathScale, Inc. develops technologies that enable breakthroughs in high
performance computing, science and engineering. The PathScale InfiniPath(TM)
HTX(TM) Adapter and EKOPath Compiler Suite drive Linux(R) clusters to
performance levels that can exceed the world's most powerful supercomputers.
Today, PathScale technologies are the choice of leading scientific and
engineering organizations to more effectively solve complex computational
challenges, from aerospace and automotive design simulations to weather
modeling and drug discovery. PathScale is headquartered in Mountain View,
Calif. For more information, visit www.pathscale.com.
NOTE: Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. HyperTransport
and HTX are licensed trademarks of the HyperTransport Technology Consortium.
AMD and Opteron are trademarks of AMD. InfiniBand is a registered trademark of
the InfiniBand Trade Association. Pathscale, the Pathscale logo and InfiniPath
are trademarks of Pathscale, Inc. All other product names mentioned are
trademarks of their respective owners.
SOURCE PathScale, Inc.