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Adaptive Computing and ParaTools partner to supply uniform multi-cloud provider access to launch your HPC workflows with the Extreme-scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S) via Adaptive Computing’s HPC Cloud On-Demand Data Center (ODDC) web interface using custom images. Commercial images are available on all cloud platforms via the ODDC web interface.




The CEA is the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives). A leader in research, development and innovation, the CEA mission statement has two main objectives: to become the leading technological research organization in Europe and to ensure that the nuclear deterrent remains effective in the future. ParaTools, Inc. has partnered with CEA to develop MPC, a framework that provides a unified parallel runtime designed to improve the scalability and performances of applications running on clusters of (very) large multiprocessor/multicore NUMA nodes. See for more information.




GWT facilitates knowledge and technology transfer between public research institutions of the Free State of Saxony, in particular the Technical University of Dresden and the Dresden University Hospital, and industry. For scientists and doctors, GWT stands for service delivery “on time, quality and budget”. Management services include customer service, project organization, staff management and materials procurement through project monitoring and finance management. Visit for more information.




The Microsoft Developer and Platform Evangelism Division enhances the tools and technologies available to millions of developers, partners, information technology professionals and end users. The division provides software developers with the best tools, programs, services and content offerings to create the next generation of world-class software.




NVIDIA’s work in visual computing has led to thousands of patented inventions, breakthrough technologies, deep industry relationships and a globally recognized brand. One of the most complex processors ever developed, the Kepler generation of GPUs boasts 7 billion transistors. ParaTools, Inc. works with NVIDIA to develop the cutting edge of GPU performance analysis and profiling technology at all scales.


High End Compute


High End Compute provides expert HPC consulting services in the UK. ParaTools, Inc. collaborates with High End Compute for performance evaluation projects.


nCore Design


nCore works with local partners to deliver state-of-the-art solutions to government agencies, high-technology organizations, defense, research, biomedical and financial companies. nCore is a working group member of the Multicore Association. Visit for more information.




Symscape’s Caedium software provides an affordable, unified simulation environment for 3D fluid flow analysis and visualization on Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. Caedium uses state-of-the-art Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to simulate the fluid flow and heat transfer around 3D models. Caedium combines intuitive drag and drop model configuration with affordable pricing to bring CFD within the reach of everyone. Find out more at


University of Oregon


The Performance Research Laboratory (PRL) is part of the Neuroinformatics Center (NIC) at the University of Oregon. NIC’s goal is to research the application of computer science and numerical computation to problems with brain modeling and imaging. Projects include the development of inverse models of the brain’s electrical activity and the development of non-invasive EEG machines. NIC is also building fast signal decomposition and cleaning tools which are being used by scientists to help gather and interpret neurological data-sets. Learn more at and