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Argonne selects debugging tool

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The US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory has selected Allinea DDT as the default tool for parallel debugging on its Blue Gene and Linux systems.

Allinea DDT provides advanced parallel debugging tools for scalar, multi-threaded and parallel applications, and is acclaimed for its intuitiveness and scalability.

Kalyan Kumaran, manager, performance engineering, at Argonne National Labs, explained: 'Our ongoing collaboration with Allinea will now result in improved tools for our Blue Gene petascale class, as well as for future Exascale systems.

'We continue to work with Allinea DDT, because it enables us to scale to petascale with current commercially released products, as well as providing ease of use, an intuitive user interface, and support for multiple architectures. Allinea are very focused on continuing to grow their tools capabilities.'