Rogue Wave Reveals New Releases and a Presentation Theater at SC14

Rogue Wave Software, the largest independent provider of cross-platform software development tools and embedded components, will be highlighting their products at Supercomputing 2014 conference from November 17-20 at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. Rogue Wave will have new and updated product offerings, as well as several chances to educate, explore, and learn at this year's conference.

With recent releases of both IMSL Fortran Numerical Library 7.1 and Visualization for C++ 5.8, attendees can expect to learn about new performance improvements, code fixes, and updates to supported platforms. In addition to the C++ product release, Rogue Wave will also share the accompaniments made to the Visualization product set. Adding JViews and Elixir expands the Visualization toolset for C++, Java, and Adobe Flex.

Also at this conference, Rogue Wave will join ParaTools in releasing the source code for ThreadSpotter. A memory optimization tool that analyzes cache memory and thread communication in single and multicore systems, ThreadSpotter pinpoints performance issues and provides specific guidance on how to correct them, increasing program performance and improving developer productivity.

Rogue Wave is offering demos of their leading TotalView debugger and their battle-tested IMSL Numerical Libraries throughout the conference. These products are optimized for HPC and allow developers to create better code, faster, while supporting the languages and platforms used to develop innovative applications.

“We keep our products up-to-date with support for the latest and greatest compilers, operating systems, and parallel runtimes,” says Chris Gottbrath, principal product manager. “Our tools enhance application performance, reliability, portability, scalability, and maintainability as well as developer productivity.”

For the first time, Rogue Wave will introduce an in-booth presentation theater with informational and educational sessions highlighting key capabilities such as refactoring, tuning, GPU debugging with CUDA, interactive memory debugging, and simplifying big data analysis with grouping and ensemble techniques. The theater will include two partner presentations, which will show attendees how Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Zenotech Ltd. currently use some of the products that Rogue Wave offers.

“The addition of our in-booth presentation theater allows us to explore problems that developers face in a group setting,” says Gottbrath. “With eight idea-packed presentations, we're confident everyone at the conference will have an opportunity to learn.”

Rogue Wave will also participate in discussions on:

  • HPC debugging techniques and performance tuning.
  • Functional debugging on the Xeon Phi.
  • Developing HPC software in the era of multi-level parallelism.

Visit Rogue Wave at booth 2338.

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