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What IBM XL Fortran for Linux can do for your business
IBM® XL Fortran for Linux is an industry standards-based programming compiler that is used to develop large and complex applications in the Fortran programming language. It generates code that leverages the capabilities of the latest POWER9™ architecture and maximizes your hardware utilization. IBM XL Fortran for Linux optimizes your infrastructure on IBM Power® Systems in support of extensive numerical, scientific, and high-performance computing.
Offer a no-charge Community Edition
Allows for unlimited production use and provides a forum where your questions can be answered by IBM experts. Consider purchasing the License Charge Edition to obtain world-class IBM support.
Accelerate applications easily
Fully supports the OpenMP 4.5 programming model and a commonly used subset of CUDA Fortran constructs to accelerate your applications.
Increase your Power hardware ROI
Capitalizes on the POWER9 architecture; offers automatic parallelization of sequential programs to exploit modern multi-core processors.
Maximize application performance
Provides leading optimization technologies including single instruction, multiple data (SIMD) parallel processing, full OpenMP 4.5 support, and profile-driven optimization.
Migrate applications to Power easily
Adheres to the latest international programming language standards, including Fortran 2003, a subset of the Fortran 2008 standard, and language interoperability standards.
Improve developer productivity
Increases usability by providing optimization reports for deeper insights and debug capability at optimization.