During the “SC11 season,” a number of tool vendors announced they will be providing versions of their software tailored to supporting MIC architecture, starting with the Knights Corner co-processor.
Here are the ones I know about and can share (there are more who will make their own announcement in the future):
- IMSL Library, Rogue Wave
- NAG Libraries, NAG Ltd.
- Platform HPC, Platform LSF and Platform Cluster Manager, Platform Computing
- PBS Works, Altair
- Totalview debugger, Rogue Wave
Of course… Intel tools as well, many of which we on display at the show in conjunction with Knights Ferry platforms.
There were also countless applications, many open source, that have been recompiled for MIC architecture and were being discussed around the show. Some I remember are NWChem, ENZO, ELK, MADNESS, MPI, GA, and Python… and I know I forget quite a few. Of course, Linux has been ported (and is running on both Knights Ferry and Knights Corner).
My apologies if I missed anyone – please let me know, or post a comment!
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