"NAG has a worldwide reputation for the excellence of its numerical and statistical libraries throughout industry, universities, and research institutes. NAG's SMP and Parallel libraries and other NAG software being offered to HPCVL affiliates through this partnership will save valuable time and money in a wide range of research endeavors."HPCVL Executive Director Ken Edgecombe
A partnership between NAG and the High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory (HPCVL) brings the NAG Parallel Library and the NAG Library for SMP & Multicore, along with other NAG numerical and statistical software to Canadian research projects in bioinformatics, computer-aided molecular design, econometrics, computational fluid dynamics, drug discovery, photonics and other disciplines.
HPCVL was formed by a consortium of four Ontario universities (Carleton University, Queen's University, The Royal Military College of Canada, and the University of Ottawa). In 2004, HPCVL added Ryerson University in Toronto as a member institution. HPCVL is dedicated to providing researchers at member institutions and selected researchers from elsewhere in Ontario with the High Performance Computing resources they need to conduct innovative research in a broad spectrum of disciplines.
Partnering with NAG
The addition of NAG software to HPCVL assists HPCVL-affiliated researchers accelerate their development of applications for solving complex problems.