Science professionals are seeing the increasing demand for modelling and analysing large amounts of data quickly and accurately. NAG's algorithmic software and expert numerical and HPC services are ideally placed to provide a range of solutions in this area.
An unrivalled collection of reliable, portable and rigorous mathematical and statistical algorithms used in thousands of applications world-wide.
The NAG Fortran Compiler is robust, highly tested, and valued by developers all over the globe for its checking capabilities and detailed error reporting.
The Software Modernization Service solves the porting and performance challenges faced by customers wishing to use the capabilities of modern computing systems.
Delve into our Technical Report Repository to read papers by NAG experts and collaborators covering a wide range of numerical subject areas that can help with project research.
Enhance software applications and speed up development time with tried and tested NAG algorithms and expertise.
In such a highly competitive market, NAG's tools can offer you a vital edge. NAG draws on its broad experience of numerical and statistical problem solving; thus, for example the solution to a problem for an oil company in the US can be just as applicable for a science organization in the UK. See how NAG's software and services have aided science industry work here.
NAG for Developers
Using NAG’s products and services can give you access to our highly expert technical support team. Every day they’re helping developers like you find solutions to complex algorithmic problems.
Collaborate with NAG
NAG is a not-for-profit organisation with roots firmly placed in academic and industrial collaborations. Learn more about how we engage and collaborate.
Organizations such as Glaxo Wellcome, Pfizer, University Hospital Switzerland, National Institutes of Health Bethesda, USA, Centre for Atmospheric Research at University of Cambridge, Swedish Nuclear Fuels and Waste Management, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Geology Department at the University of Minnesota already depend upon the NAG Library.