OpenACC Compilers Now Available from PGI

July 27th, 2012

PGI Release 12.6 is now out. New in this release:

  • PGI Accelerator compilers — first release of the Fortran and C compilers to include comprehensive support for the OpenACC 1.0 specification including the acc cache construct and the entire OpenACC API library. See the PGI Accelerator page for a complete list of supported features.
  • CUDA Toolkit — PGI Accelerator compilers and CUDA Fortran now include support for CUDA Toolkit version 4.2; version 4.1 is now the default.

Download a free trial from the PGI website at http://www.pgroup.com/support/download_pgi2012.php?view=current. Upcoming PGI webinar with Michael Wolfe. 9:00AM PDT, July 31st sponsored by NVIDIA: “Using OpenACC Directives with the PGI Accelerator Compilers”. Register at http://www.pgroup.com/webinar212.htm?clicksource=gpgpu712.

Latest PGI Compilers support OpenACC and CUDA for x86

March 6th, 2012

HPCWire reports:

PORTLAND, Ore., March 5 — The Portland Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of STMicroelectronics, today announced availability of the 2012 release of the PGI line of high-performance parallelizing compilers and development tools for Linux, OS X and Windows. PGI 2012 is the first general release to include support for the OpenACC directive-based programming model for NVIDIA CUDA-enabled Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). This release is also the first to include the fully feature-enabled PGI CUDA C/C++ compiler for multi-core x64 CPUs from Intel and AMD. In addition, PGI 2012 includes a number of performance and feature enhancements for multi-core x64 processor-based HPC systems.