The ISC High Performance conference was a dynamic event fostering thought-provoking sessions on a range of topics including big data, Internet of Things (IoT), and exascale computing. For Altair it was a particularly exciting time for several reasons. On June 20th, which coincided with the beginning of the conference, Altair announced the availability of open source licensing for its market leading high-performance computing (HPC) workload manger, PBS Professional® (PBS Pro). PBS Professional is now available as an Open Source Initiative compliant version and continues to be offered through commercial licenses. Additionally, several upcoming new products were showcased throughout the week at the Altair booth as well as the fact that Altair was named a founding member of the Linux Foundation’s OpenHPC project, which is dedicated to advancing software for exascale computing. The open source licensing option of PBS Pro will be available as a part of the project’s software stack.
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