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New debugging solution for IBM Linux on Power
PathScale EKO compiler certified for DDT
05-12-2004, Version 1.7 of DDT released
The latest revision of DDT brings major enhancements, including new message queue debugging, process attaching, a flexible floating licence manager and better C++ support.
06-11-2003, Streamline Computing to participate in SC 2003, Phoenix, November 17-21 2003
Streamline Computing will be demonstrating the latest innovative software for HPC at booth 1612 of SC2003. A presentation on DDT, the debugging tool for parallel computers, will be made at Exhibitor Forum on Wednesday 19 November at 11am.
23-10-2003, Streamline Computing sponsor 4th Annual Workshop on Linux Clusters for Super Computing
Streamline Computing are sponsors of the workshop held at NSC Linkoping, Sweden. With over 150 delegates, this is a leading annual event in the calendar of cluster computing in Europe.
30-09-2003, Version 1.5 of DDT brings support for core files, SGI IRIX and IBM AIX
Warwick, UK - DDT v1.5 was released today, adding support for SGI® IRIX (TM) and IBM® AIX. In adding these platforms, DDT is now available for all major parallel computing platforms and operating systems. In response to user feedback, it is now possible to debug core files using DDT's unique interface.
09-09-2003, Parallel Debugger launched for the SGI Altix 3000 Family of Servers and Superclusters
Warwick, UK - Streamline Computing, the parallel debugging specialists, today announced support for the SGI® Altix(TM) 3000 family of servers and superclusters in Distributed Debugging Tool (DDT) version 1.4
For full text of the press release read here
07-08-2003, DDT 1.4 launched
DDT version 1.4 is now available for downloading. In addition to performance enhancements for FORTRAN programs, a number of extra features, usability enhancements and support for new architectures and operating systems is included.
The new features - responding to feedback from our growing user-base - include the ability to set values, a more powerful group creation mechanism, a button to align stack frames across groups of processes and a powerful synchronization feature.
Please visit our download page to evaluate DDT v1.4
10-07-2003, DDT support for HP-UX released
Streamline's Software Division announce the immediate availability of DDT for HP-UX® based Itanium systems. This complements an already impressive range of architectures and operating systems on which DDT's new usable approach to parallel debugging is changing development practice worldwide.
07-07-2003, Streamline Computing announce delivery of UK's first Intel® Itanium® 2-based Myrinet cluster
Streamline Computing announce the launch of the Jetstream 2 and Jetstream 4 platforms, based on the Intel® Itanium® 2 and the delivery of the UK's first Myrinet cluster based on the new processors.
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06-06-2003, DDT version 1.3 released
Streamline Computing today announced the release of DDT version 1.3. The new edition brings a wealth of extra features and support for more platforms. DDT now helps to find troublesome processes and extreme data with a unique cross-process comparison window and a powerful visualization tool. For the full details see the press release.
22-04-2003, Streamline Computing and AMD announce DDT at AMD Opteron™ launch
Streamline and AMD have worked together to ensure that HPC users migrating to the 64-bit AMD Opteron™ are able to develop 32 and 64 bit applications simultaneously using DDT. A joint press release contains further details.
03-04-2003, Alpha Linux support announced
Version 1.2.2 of DDT now contains support for the Alpha architecture under Linux, including the Compaq and GNU compilers. It is available for download on request.
21-02-2003, Simultaneous support for Itanium-2, Opteron and Solaris 64 bit architectures announced
Warwick, UK, Streamline Computing - leaders in the UK High Performance Cluster market announce the immediate availability of DDT for 64 bit architectures from AMD, Intel and Sun.
DDT is the first graphical debugger for the new AMD Opteron™ and Intel Itanium-2. The availability of DDT means that cluster users are finally able to debug 64-bit applications from within a familiar easy-to-use GUI. In releasing DDT for Solaris users of popular Sun machines at last have a much requested alternative.
07-02-2003, Interim version v1.2.1 of Distributed Debugging Tool is released
Version 1.2.1 of the DDT, which adds support for Scyld and shared memory MPICH has been released. Enhancements have also been made to support for the Portland Compilers.
20-12-2002, Streamline Computing announces latest release of Distributed Debugging Tool
Version 1.2 of the Distributed Debugging Tool is now available following the successful completion of a thorough testing period.
DDT now supports many more MPI distributions and is a world-class package for the scientific computing arena. Confirmed MPI support includes MPICH-GM for Myrinet users, LAM/MPI and MPICH either in default ch-p4 mode, or in the MPD daemon based mode.