Cluster OpenMP license now available on whatif

Hi everyone.  Cluster OpenMP was the first commercial version of OpenMP built on top of a distributed shared memory (DSM)  system supporting C, C++ and Fortran.  Now, we are making it available to the research community in the form of a free, downloadable single-user license on whatif.intel.com.

I am the technical lead of the Cluster OpenMP project within Intel and have been a participant in the OpenMP language specification process for a number of years. 

I'll be blogging about Cluster OpenMP.  It's my first entry into the blogosphere, so it may take me some time to get my bearings, but I'll try to share some of the insights we've gained into the challenges and opportunities we've discovered in making Cluster OpenMP into an industrial-strength system. 

I hope you'll find what I have to say interesting, and I hope you have some time to give Cluster OpenMP a try.

Thanks for reading.

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