HPE Message Passing Interface (MPI)
HPE Message Passing Interface (MPI) is an MPI development environment designed to enable the development and optimization of high performance computing (HPC) applications. It leverages optimized software libraries, runtime tools, and a scalable development environment to help customers tune and accelerate compute-intensive applications running on any HPE Linux-based cluster.
- More reporting features for application acceleration at runtime
- Support for HPE Apollo 20 systems
- Support for SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 15 SP1, CentOS 8.0, and RedHat® Enterprise Linux™ 7.7 and 8
Customized MPI Library
The HPE Message Passing Interface (MPI) includes an MPI library so you can take full advantage of the underlying server infrastructure.
Supports most major interconnects and fabrics even over multiple generations to efficiently manage MPI traffic for improved performance.
Fast application launch: launch 100,000 cores in seconds.
Application Acceleration Environment
Enables tuning applications at runtime without requiring you to recompile your code - including applications developed with other MPI implementations.
Providing access to tools and libraries for application profiling and analysis helping to, identify performance bottlenecks and load imbalances as well as guided placements for threads.
Improve performance for I/O intensive applications without recompiling or retooling the software logic.
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