IBM XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1 introduces a new compiler for little endian Linux distributions

IBM United States Software Announcement 214-412
October 6, 2014


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XL Fortran for Linux™ now contains two XL Fortran compilers that support:

These two compilers give you the flexibility to install the correct compiler and create applications for the architecture that you require while providing you with the following features and benefits:

For ordering, contact your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: RE001).



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A new XL Fortran compiler is delivered to support application development on the IBM POWER8 servers that run the little endian Linux distributions.

A key strength of the new XL Fortran for Linux is its ability to generate highly optimized code for execution on IBM Power Systems. The performance gain from years of IBM compiler optimization experience on XL Fortran for Linux can be seen in the release-to-release compiler improvements from the development of the IBM POWER4 processors through to the IBM POWER5, IBM POWER5+, IBM POWER6, IBM POWER6+, IBM POWER7, IBM POWER7+, and POWER8 processors. With XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1, compiler support on the Linux distributions such as Ubuntu 14.04 for IBM POWER8, Ubuntu 14.10 for IBM POWER8, and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 for Power, includes exploitation of the little endian architecture on the POWER8 processor.

With the new XL Fortran compiler, you can create and port applications for execution on the next generation of IBM systems built on POWER8 technology for little endian Linux distributions, designed to handle big data and to drive modern workloads such as cloud, mobile, and social.

Based on mature compiler technology from IBM, XL Fortran for Linux on the supported little endian Linux distributions, features:

All of the expertise and heritage that served enterprise business over the years is now unleashed to programmers of the latest little endian Linux distributions for POWER8, to allow them to take advantage of proven IBM compiler technology.



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XL Fortran for Linux for big endian distributions:

IBM Power System servers that support one of the following:

Required hard disk space: 250 MB

XL Fortran for Linux for little endian distributions:

Power System servers that support one of the following:

Required hard disk space: 190 MB



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December 12, 2014



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Two Fortran Compilers

The new XL Fortran compiler for Linux distributions, which supports Power Systems™ running Linux distributions that are configured for the little endian architecture, is now included in the same product as the current XL Fortran for Linux compiler from IBM, which supports Power Systems running Linux distributions configured for the big endian architecture. You have the flexibility to use either or both compilers on the appropriate Power server and with the appropriate Linux distribution.

This description highlights the features of the new XL Fortran compiler, which supports the little endian architecture and Ubuntu 14.04 for IBM POWER8, Ubuntu 14.10 for IBM POWER8, and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 for Power. The description of the XL Fortran compiler supporting the big endian architecture is found in previous announcements.

New architecture and tune compiler options for POWER8 technology

The new Fortran compiler V15.1.1 is released to support the POWER8 Systems that run the latest little endian Linux distributions.

The -qarch compiler option specifies the processor architecture for which code is generated. The -qtune compiler option tunes instruction selection, scheduling, and other architecture-dependent performance enhancements to run best on a specific hardware architecture. With this new release of XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1, new architecture and tune compiler suboptions are added to specify code generation for the POWER8 processor architecture. -qarch=pwr8 instructs the compiler to produce code that can fully exploit the POWER8 architecture. -qtune=pwr8 enables optimizations specifically for the Power Systems with the POWER8 design and processor.

Compiler built-in functions for POWER8 technology:

New built-in functions, which unlock POWER8 architecture instructions enable you to have direct access to POWER8 features at the application level.

New built-in functions are added to support the following POWER8 features:

Optimization capabilities

One of the key strengths of the XL Fortran for Linux is optimization. This compiler offers the benefit of optimization technology that has evolved at IBM since the late 1980's combining extensive knowledge of the hardware with a comprehensive understanding of compiler technology and what users look for in a compiler when building end-user applications especially for new workloads such as big data, cloud, mobile, and social. The optimizations can decrease execution time and make your applications run faster, producing code that is highly tuned for execution on Power Architecture® platforms, such as the POWER8.

The optimizer includes five base optimization levels, which allow you to choose from minimal optimization to intense program analysis that range from local basic block to subprogram unit scopes, file-level, and whole-program analysis. The higher the optimization level, the more intense the program analysis becomes as increasingly sophisticated optimization techniques, such as interprocedural analysis and profile-directed feedback, are applied to your code.

The five levels of optimization are (-O1 level is not supported):

Programming language standards and industry specifications

Programming language standards

XL Fortran for Linux V15.1.1 strives to maximize performance and functionality of your scientific, technical, and commercial applications through standards compliance. With representation from the IBM compiler development team on the Fortran language standards committee, IBM is in a position to understand and influence the latest updates, clarifications, and recommendations to the Fortran standards.

XL Fortran for Linux V15.1.1 conforms with:

IBM is a member of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). The mission of SPEC is to identify and maintain standardized benchmarks that will drive high performance computing for many years. SPEC released SPEC CPU2006 in 2006. CPU2006 is a benchmark focused on a system's processor, memory subsystem, and compiler.

Support of programming language standards allows for portability of your source code among a variety of compiler implementations.

Harness the power of parallel computing

XL Fortran for Linux allows you to exploit the symmetric multi-processing (SMP) capabilities in Power Systems. Your code can be parallelized automatically, or parallelized explicitly through the use of SMP directives. Pragma directives allow you to give the compiler information on the characteristics of a specific loop to be automatically parallelized or give you explicit control over parallelization.

XL Fortran exposes hardware level capabilities directly to you through source-level, intrinsic functions. Under the -qaltivec option, XL Fortran for Linux support a vector data type and access to the vector multimedia extension (VMX) and vector scalar extension (VSX) instructions that support VMX processors on POWER8. VMX, is also known as SIMD (Single Instruction Multiple Data). Vector capabilities, allows your program to calculate arithmetic results on up to 16 data items simultaneously. You can also instruct the compiler to automatically perform SIMD vectorization at higher levels of optimization. The most common opportunity for this transformation is with loops that iterate over contiguous array data performing calculations on each element.

XL Fortran for Linux fully supports the OpenMP API Version 3.1 and partially supports Version 4.0. OpenMP allows you to write portable code compliant to the OpenMP parallel-programming standard and enables your application to run in parallel threads on symmetric multi-processing (SMP) systems such as POWER8. OpenMP consists of a defined set of source-level directives and runtime function interfaces you can use to parallelize your application. The compiler includes thread-safe libraries for OpenMP support, or for use with other SMP programming models.

IBM MASS libraries

XL Fortran for Linux include the IBM MASS libraries, which consist of mathematical intrinsic functions specifically tuned for optimum performance on the IBM Power Architecture that include POWER8. MASS includes scalar, vector, and SIMD libraries and can be used by Fortran, C, and C++ applications. The SIMD libraries provide an accelerated set of frequently used math intrinsic functions designed to provide improved performance over the standard mathematical library functions. Both scalar and vector libraries are automatically called at certain levels of optimization, but you can also call them explicitly in your programs.

Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS)

BLAS is included in XL Fortran for Linux and provides high-performance, algebraic functions that are used to perform combined matrix multiplication and addition on general matrices or their transposes, as well as to compute the matrix-vector product for a general matrix or its transpose.

IBM Service and Support

The XL Fortran for Linux V15.1.1 compiler for little endian Linux distributions brings with it IBM Service and Support. The IBM Service and Support organization is made up of teams of individuals working together to provide you with the responsive platform and cross-platform software support that you require. For complex or code-related problems, IBM has specialized, skilled service teams with access to the experts in our development laboratories, as required. Therefore, you have access to the right level of IBM expertise when you need it -- no matter where they are located. The vision of IBM Service and Support is to achieve a level of support excellence that exceeds customer expectations and differentiates IBM in the marketplace.

Documentation

XL Fortran for Linux compiler product documentation is available in the fully searchable IBM Knowledge Center. The documentation can be accessed online from the product library page. Also included with the XL Fortran for Linux compiler are man pages for all utilities and compiler invocation commands.

Accessibility by people with disabilities

A US Section 508 Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) containing details on accessibility compliance can be requested at

http://www.ibm.com/able/product_accessibility/index.html

Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act

XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1 is capable as of December 12, 2014, when used in accordance with associated IBM documentation, of satisfying the applicable requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, provided that any assistive technology used with the product properly interoperates with it. A US Section 508 Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) can be requested on the following website

http://www-3.ibm.com/able/product_accessibility/index.html


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Flexibility to obtain two linux compilers in a same offering

XL Fortran now packages two linux compilers in a single product. With XL Fortran for Linux V15.1.1, you get the existing XL Fortran for Linux for big endian systems and the latest XL Fortran for Linux for little endian systems. When you order XL Fortran for Linux 15.1.1, you will always get the right Linux compiler that you need for your Power System.

Unleash the full power of IBM processors

At a basic level, compilers are a bridge between your applications and the hardware architectures on which you run your business. IBM compilers are designed to unleash the full power of IBM processors that include those for the different architectures shipped in the popular IBM Power Systems.

IBM compilers are designed to improve programmer productivity. The state-of-the-art compilation technology enables programmers to exploit leading-edge performance of the new hardware without source code changes. Developers need to focus only on the logic of the applications and let the compiler figure out the best way to transform and optimize the code generation for the system the application will run on.

Harness the power of Parallel computing

Parallel programming with XL Fortran exploits the advantages of multiprocessor systems, while maintaining full binary compatibility with existing single-processor systems. With XL Fortran you can use any of the following to develop your parallelized applications:

For high-bandwidth data processing and algorithmic-intensive applications, XL Fortran can make use of VMX and VSX instructions and automatic SIMDization to improve program performance. By processing multiple pieces of data at once, the speed of executed code can increase, with the added benefit that the source code may not need to be rewritten.

Powerful, no-hassle performance optimization

Well-written and thoroughly debugged code that is fully conformant to its language standard can take maximum advantage of the optimizing technology in XL Fortran and may provide an increase in performance. The optimization and hardware features in XL Fortran help improve developer productivity. The compiler is able to generate code that exploits the leading-edge performance in existing and new hardware, often with minimal source code changes.

XL Fortran supports several levels of increasingly aggressive code transformations. Advanced optimization techniques such as inter-procedural analysis (IPA) and profile-directed feedback (PDF) are available only at high levels of optimization but can result in increased performance improvements. IPA analyzes and optimizes your application as a whole, rather than on a file-by-file basis. PDF generates information that instructs the optimizer to focus on trade-offs that favor code that executes more frequently.

Get more performance from the POWER® platform with minimal or no source code changes. Upgrade to the latest XL Fortran compiler, which incorporates the latest advancements in optimization and hardware technology support.

Programming language standards, industry specifications, and other language influences

Programming language standards:

XL Fortran supports the Fortran 77, 90, and 95 standards. With Version 13.1, XL Fortran supports the full Fortran 2003 standard that includes the object-oriented programming model. Starting with Version 14.1, XL Fortran makes available partial support for the latest Fortran 2008 standard.

XL Fortran consists of the following:

Industry specifications and other language influences

The IBM XL family of compilers plays an important role in parallel computing and high-performance computing. The XL compilers implement both the AltiVec/VMX programming interface and the OpenMP 3.1 specification for shared memory programming model. With the Version 13.1 release, the Vector Scalar Extension (VSX) instruction set within the POWER7® architecture is also supported. With the Version 15.1 release, implementation of OpenMP 4.0 commences.

IBM is a member of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). The mission of SPEC is to identify and maintain standardized benchmarks that will drive high-performance computing for many years. SPEC released SPEC CPU2006 in 2006. CPU2006 is a benchmark focused on a system's processor, memory subsystem, and compiler. IBM continues to participate in the SPECCOMP suite which measures the performance of parallel benchmarks using OpenMP.

Support of programming language standards allows for portability of your source code among a variety of compiler implementations.



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Program           Program                    Ordering
number    VRM     name                       channel
 
 
5725-C75  15.1.1  IBM XL Fortran for Linux   PA
 
5765-J10  15.1.1  IBM XL Fortran for Linux   AAS
 

Product identification number

 
Program                             Program
name                                number
 
XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1       5765-J10
 
XL Fortran for Linux                5648-F57
 SW S&S 1 year After License
 
XL Fortran for Linux                5648-F55
 SW S&S No Charge Registration/
 1-year Renewal
 
 
XL Fortran for Linux                5648-F59
 SW S&S 3-year Registration
 
XL Fortran for Linux                5648-F56
 SW S&S 3-year Renewal
 
XL Fortran for Linux                5648-F58
 SW S&S 3 years after licence
 


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The XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1 package contains:

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Security, auditability, and control

XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1 uses the security and auditability features of the host hardware or software. The customer is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communication facilities.



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Product Group: IBM XL Fortran
 
Product Identifier Description: IBM XL Fortran for Linux
 
Product Identifier: 5765-J10 and 5725-C75
 
Product Category: XL Fortran

Ordering through Passport Advantage Part Numbers

Only the media pack part number is updated. The remaining ordering information is the same as previously announced. For ordering information on XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1, refer to Software Announcement 214-164, dated April 28, 2014.

 
                                                           Part
Program name/Description                                   number

XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1
    Media Package Multilingual                             BT0MHML
 

Ordering through product identifier and feature numbers

Basic license, electronic delivery, maintenance, trade-up

The ordering information for basic license, electronic delivery, maintenance offering media supply details, and trade-up remain unchanged.

For ordering information on XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1, refer to Software Announcement 214-164, dated April 28, 2014.

Maintenance Offering customer: Media Supply Entitlement Details

Customers with active Software Maintenance for XL Fortran for Linux or XL Fortran Advanced Edition for Linux are entitled to receive the media supply corresponding to XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1 or a previous level of the program as long as the level of the program continues to be active.

Media supply for versions prior to Version 15.1.1 only contain the XL Fortran compiler for big endian distributions.

This software license includes Software Subscription and Technical Support, previously referred to as Software Maintenance.

Extending coverage for a total of three years from date of acquisition may be elected. Order the program number, feature number, and quantity to extend coverage for your software licenses. If maintenance has expired, specify the after license feature number.

For ordering details for software maintenance for XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1, refer to Software Announcement 214-164, dated April 28, 2014.

Charge metric

 
                               Part number or
Program name                   PID number     Charge metric
 
For build to order
XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1  5765-J10       Authorized User
                                              Concurrent User
 
For build to plan
XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1  5725-C75       Authorized User
                                              Concurrent User
 
For build to plan
XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1  BT0MHML        Authorized User
                                              Concurrent User
 

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Orders for these part numbers will not be accepted after the stated effective date of withdrawal, nor will normal marketing activities or educational support be available unless previous agreement exists between the customer and IBM.

Withdrawn from marketing information
 
                                             Part
Program name/Description                     number

XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.0
   Media Package Multilingual                BA182ML
 
New release information
 
                                             Part
Program name/Description                     number

XL Fortran for Linux, V15.1.1
   Media Package Multilingual                BT0MHML
 


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                                          One-time
                                          charge             
                              Program     feature            
Description                   number      number             
  
XL Fortran for Linux, 
V15.1.1
with 1-year SW S&S
- per Authorized User         5765-J10    0001
- per Concurrent User         5765-J10    0002
- trade up from single
  Authorized User entitlement
  to single Concurrent User
  entitlement                 5765-J10    0003
 
XL Fortran for Linux, V14.1
with 1-year SW S&S
- per Authorized User         5765-J05    0001
- per Concurrent User         5765-J05    0002
- trade up from single
  Authorized User entitlement
  to single Concurrent User
  entitlement                 5765-J05    0003
   
XL Fortran for Linux, V13.1
with 1-year SW S&S
- per Authorized User         5724-X16    0230
- per Concurrent User         5724-X16    0231
- trade up from single
  Authorized User entitlement
  to single Concurrent User
  entitlement                 5724-X16    0232
 
XL Fortran for Linux,
SW S&S NoCharge Registration
 - per Authorized User       5648-F55      0001
 - per Concurrent User       5648-F55      0003
SW S&S 1 Year Renewal
 - per Authorized User       5648-F55      0002
 - per Concurrent User       5648-F55      0004
 
XL Fortran for Linux,
SW S&S 1 year After License
 - per Authorized User       5648-F57      0001
 - per Concurrent User       5648-F57      0002
 
XL Fortran for Linux,
SW S&S 3-year Registration
 - per Authorized User       5648-F59      0001
 - per Concurrent User       5648-F59      0002
 
XL Fortran for Linux,
SW S&S 3-year Renewal
 - per Authorized User       5648-F56      0001
 - per Concurrent User       5648-F56      0002
 
XL Fortran for Linux,
SW S&S 3 years After License
 - per Authorized User       5648-F58      0001
 - per Concurrent User       5648-F58      0002
 


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