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There is a very long history behind the partner relationship between Rogue Wave and HP®. In 1995, HP began to distribute Rogue Wave’s standard C++ library as well as the Tools.h++ library with their compiler on HP-UX. As HP-UX morphed over the years, Rogue Wave has continued to fully certify and support it as a primary platform for SourcePro. The IMSL product line also embraces the HP-UX platform, and continues to support it with each release. The most recent product support for HP-UX comes from the TotalView debugger, providing advanced scalability and parallel debugging capabilities.red to both companies over the years, but the result has been an even stronger relationship.

Rogue Wave’s products also support HP’s x86 and NVidia® GPU hybrid systems such as the ProLiant SL390 series. Together we have joint customers using Rogue Wave’s TotalView, IMSL, SourcePro and other HPC products on HP servers at massive scale.of NVIDIA processors to bear, with TotalView fully supporting the use of CUDA in these systems.

Rogue Wave’s customers can take comfort in the knowledge that our products have demonstrated years of consistent reliability, have been thoroughly tested on Cray equipment, and are fully supported on a worldwide basis.

Rogue Wave’s customers can take comfort in the knowledge that our products have demonstrated years of consistent reliability, have been thoroughly tested on HP equipment, and are fully supported on a worldwide basis.

Rogue Wave is privileged to be an HP Multi-core Optimization Program partner as well as part of the HP Accelerator program.