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DDT for CUDA

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Allinea Software has made a pre-release version of the Distributed Debugging Tool (DDT) for the Cuda architecture available to early-adopter customers. This coincides with the release of Nvidia's Cuda Toolkit version 3.0. Over the last year, Allinea has been collaborating with the Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique (CEA) to develop Cuda-specific feature within its market-leading DDT product. The preliminary results of this close collaboration were shown at Supercomputing ’09, when native debugging of Cuda-enabled applications running on Nvidia Tesla GPUs and x86 host processors was demonstrated. Following the full release of Nvidia’s Cuda Toolkit 3.0, Allinea is pleased to announce that it will be making a pre-release version of DDT for Cuda available to its customers.

Cuda-specific debugging features will be available in the up-coming product release of DDT, although potential customers are invited to contact Allinea if they are interested in joining the pre-release program.