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BSC chooses debugging technology

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The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) is using the TotalView debugger across the Spanish Supercomputer Network (RES), allowing scientists, engineers and developers to speed software development.

'Supercomputing is essential to the success of science and industry, so we need to stay ahead of the curve to remain competitive,' said Sergi Girona, operations director of BSC. 'At BSC, we are committed to working with the most advanced supercomputing platforms and tools both for our users here in Spain as well as those across Europe. The TotalView debugger will enable us to capitalise on these advanced platforms to develop the next generation of innovative, high-quality software applications.'

BSC selected the TotalView debugger for its unparalleled power, ease of use, and scalability. TotalView was designed from the ground up to handle the complexities of the world's most demanding multi-processing applications that scale to thousands of processes and threads with applications distributed over multiple machines or processors. TotalView offers many advanced features, including multi-language support and built-in source code and memory debugging capabilities, which streamline and simplify the development process.