eXludus multi-core optimization now available

By adding a management layer to Linux, multi-core performance is improved by prevention of memory swapping and resource conflicts

EXludus Technologies of Montreal announced on Tuesday the general availability of MCOPt version 3.0 for Linux. By adding a management layer to Linux, multi-core performance is improved by prevention of memory swapping and resource conflicts, and eliminates cluster and cloud job submission latencies. MCOPt allows existing serial and parallel applications to leverage multi-core and cluster computers without the complexity of parallel re-programming and engineering. Part of the HP Multi-Core Optimization program, eXludus MCOPt offers immediate throughput improvement, faster response times and better machine utilization without modification to existing applications or configuration.

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