Arm & The Cray Programming Environment

Confidently embrace Arm for HPC.

Today’s HPC workloads require a reliable, scalable and heterogeneous software suite that can maximize the results of your complex, data-intensive applications. We can help — we’ve been doing it for decades. Cray’s advanced software environments, tools and libraries give you maximum performance and scalability.

Learn more in this 1-hour on-demand webinar, “Embrace Arm® for HPC Confidently with the Cray Programming Environment,” hosted by Cray’s Alberto Sigismondi and Dr. Luiz DeRose. They’ll take a detailed look at the comprehensive Cray Programming Environment for Arm-based Cavium ThunderX2® processors.

In this webinar, we'll cover:

Cray software
for Arm processors

Cray Programming
Environment features

Performance and
benchmarking results

About the presenters:

  • Product manager Alberto Sigismondi has more than 15 years’ experience in HPC and enterprise software platforms and applications. He focuses on the Cray Programming Environment and works with Cray R&D to ensure maximum performance and scalability.

  • Dr. Luiz DeRose is a senior principal engineer and Cray’s programming environments director. Dr. DeRose has been involved in high-performance computing for over 25 years and has a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


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