PGAS 2014 Conference

Event Date: 
Tue, 2014/10/07 - 5:00am - Fri, 2014/10/10 - 5:00am

PGAS 2014, Eugene, Oregon, October 7-10

The PGAS 2014 Conference will take place in Eugene, Oregon, from October 7-10

The conference hosts the OpenSHMEM User Group meeting, which takes place on October 7

OpenSHMEM Analyzer Tool 1.0

We are pleased to announce the release of the OpenSHMEM Analyzer 1.0, an OpenUH compiler based tool for analysis of OpenSHMEM programs. The tool allows for static analysis of OpenSHMEM calls to provide both syntactic and semantic checks for OpenSHMEM programs.

To download the tool, visit

http://www.openshmem.org/OSA

This version will help application developers quickly catch and rectify errors associated with incorrect use of the OpenSHMEM API. For more information about the tool, please refer to its user guide, available at the location above.

If you encounter any issues or have ideas for the tool, please report them via

http://www.openshmem.org/redmine

We hope to build on this platform and include many more useful analyses in future versions.

Initial Release of OpenSHMEM version of NAS Parallel Benchmarks

You can download the release from

More benchmarks, as well as optimized code for performance, will
be made available in future releases.

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UH OpenSHMEM Team

OpenSHMEM Specification 1.1 Update including Changebars view

The latest draft specification 1.1 is available here including a changebar document.

OpenSHMEM Workshop: Proceedings from Springer Verlag

The published proceedings of the OpenSHMEM 2014 Workshop in Annapolis, MD are available from Springer Verlag

OpenSHMEM 1.2 onwards Extensions Proposal Template

Here is the template for proposing extensions of future (1.2 onwards) versions of OpenSHMEM.

OpenSHMEM Reference Library Version 1.0f Available

The latest 1.0 reference implementation is available for download.

You can get it here.

OpenSHMEM Specification 1.1 Available For Comments

A new version of the OpenSMHEM specification is available for download. Version 1.1 addresses issues in, and offers clarifications for, OpenSMHEM specification 1.0.

You can download it here.

OpenSHMEM Workshop

Event Date: 
Tue, 2014/03/04 - 6:00am - Thu, 2014/03/06 - 6:00am

The OpenSHMEM workshop will be in Annapolis, MD

UCCS: Universal Common Communication Substrate

UCCS: Universal Common Communication Substrate is a low-level communication substrate that exposes high-performance communication primitives, while providing network interoperability. It is intended to support multiple upper layer protocols (ULPs) or programming models including SHMEM, UPC, Titanium, Co-Array Fortran, Global Arrays, MPI, GASNet, and File I/O.

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