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November 27, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

MasPar Computer Corp, headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, has licensed a version of VAST-2 from Pacific-Sierra Research Corp for automatic conversion of existing Fortran 77 scalar code to MasPar Fortran for running on its MP-1 family of massively parallel computers: MasPar VAST-2 automatically performs the low-level mechanical steps in code parallelisation by converting scalar code to a proper parallel syntax to run on the MP-1; it knows the syntax and functions of MasPar Fortran, and can convert existing Fortran 77 code for execution on the MP-1; VAST-2 will be available from MasPar in January 1992, and a single concurrent-use licence will set you back $7,500.

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