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HP to sell PathScale compilers

Hewlett-Packard will resell PathScale's compiling tools for high-performing clusters.

Hewlett-Packard will resell software development tools from PathScale for high-performance computing clusters, the companies said Tuesday. PathScale, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., sells compilers, the essential programming tools that convert source code written by humans into instructions a computer can understand.

HP will resell PathScale's compilers for clusters of servers using 64-bit x86 chips such as Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron and Intel's Xeon. HP and PathScale also will pursue joint sales and marketing efforts.