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July 7, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Intel Scientific Computers added a Fortran vectoriser to the list of software available for its iPSC-VX vector concurrent computer which it has just started shipping. The Fortran vectoriser, VAST-2, performs the same functions as vectorising compilers found on conventional supercomputers: it accepts standard Fortran 77 applications and then vectorises the code. As well as Fortran, C and Lisp environments are available, all with a concurrent debugger. Intel says that it has shipped 65 iPSCs worldwide mostly to research establishments.

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