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CAPS entreprise is a leading provider of solutions for programming and deploying applications on many-core systems. Its source-to-source compilers are based on C, C++, and FORTRAN directives and supports OpenACC® and OpenHMPP. With a strong background in programming and tuning HPC parallel machines, CAPS also provides a large range of engineering services to adapt scientific applications to the parallel world. CAPS counts many success stories in porting, optimizing and parallelizing codes in various areas: oil and gas, meteorology, biology, image processing and finance.

As a core member of OpenACC and OpenHMPP initiatives, CAPS is strongly involved in the promotion of directive-based programming models and has developed top-of the range compilers supporting them:

CAPS Compilers, a collection of source-to-source C/Fortran and C++ compilers.
CAPS Workbench, a comprehensive set of in-house and third-party tools to assist you in each step of your porting.


Department Immeuble CAP Nord
Address 2, Allée Marie Berhaut
Zip, City 35000 Rennes
Country France
Name Estelle Coudray Dulsou
Email estelle.coudray@caps-entreprise.com
URL www.caps-entreprise.com

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