CAPS, a leading global provider of compiler technologies and engineering services for parallel hybrid
computing, has announced that Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) will use CAPS’ HMPP
compiler to leverage the computing power of a graphics processing unit (GPU)-based hybrid cluster.
As a world leader in high-performance computing (HPC), ORNL is preparing the future of next-
generation petascale computing with machines that will combine general-purpose central processing
unit (CPU) cores with hundreds of GPU cores, which can deliver tremendous performance. In this
context, ORNL have selected HMPP to enable the programming of high-performing parallel GPU/CPU