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Portland Group TECPLOT ABSOFT INTEL.
All these suppliers allow you to try their software before you buy
Portland Group Fortran
Portland Group has been purchase by NVIDIA. All Portland Group products can now be obtained only from NVIDIA.
TECPLOT There are four Tecplot products; Tecplot Focus, Tecplot 360, Tecplot Chorus, and Tecplot RS. Tecplot Focus is data plotting visualization software targeted to engineering analysis. The considerably enhanced Tecplot 360 is principally for intensive fluid dynamics visualization requirements. It is compatitive with Ensight and Fieldview in its ability to handle large data sets and animation. Tecplot Chorus is now included with Tecplot360. It can do simultaneous comparison of a large number of Tecplot plots. Tecplot RS is Tecplot customized for reservoir simulation. Academic licenses give access to all four Tecplot products. For details on all Tecplot products visit the Tecplot website. Our prices are just the US list prices converted to A$ using the ANZ Bank sell rate given here.
ABSOFT PRO FORTRAN
PRO Fortran 2017 is avaiable for Windows, Linux and Mac OSX. The Pro Fortran 2017 package automates the building of fast parallel code on AMD and Intel multicore systems and includes AVX,APO,IPO,PGFDO optimizers as well as Absoft's Dynamic AP Load balancing technology. Pro Fortran 2017 includes OpenMP support, SMP Graphical Analyzer, Absoft Windows Environment, F2003/2008 extensions, Fx3 graphical debugger, HPC Scientific Engineering math library, 2D/3D graphics and the GINO Lite GUI builder. There is provision for NVidia CUDA support and the HMPP preprocessor.
In December 2020 Intel released Intel oneAPI. This is available for free from Intel by download. It can be purchased but the only benefit of the purchased product is that it includes technical support from Intel. Otherwise technical support is available only by community forums. OneAPI does to provide access to older version of Intel software. If this is needed then oneAPI must be purchased.
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Updated 7 January 2021