Nvfortran for Windows

I have been using the pgi fortran compiler (community edition), but now my license expired. My impression is that now I have to move to nvfortran, but it seems to me that the Windows version is not available yet. Can you please give me some information about when I can expect the release or what other options I have.
Thank you for your help!
Cristian

Hi Cristian,

Yes, PGI was rebranded to be the NVIDIA HPC Compiler and now part of the no-cost NVIDIA HPC SDK.

We are in the process of developing a Windows release of the HPC SDK but it wont be available for a few more months. Apologies for the delay, but we’re adding many features such as a C++ compiler and move to a LLVM back-end which take time to implement.

-Mat

Dear Mat,

Thank you for the information. I‘ll wait till it becomes available.
I wish you a Happy New Year!
Cristian

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Hello @MatColgrove

I have a similar type of question. I have been using PGI19.10 community edition in my Linux Centos. Now, I want to buy a license for the pgi compiler. If I understand correctly, I need to use NVFORTRAN compiler now.
Is the nvfortran compiler free?. If not what is the cost for 1yr/ 2 yr / 3 yr licenses for the Linux platform?

Thank you

Yes. Nvfortran is included in the NVIDIA HPC SDK which is available at no-cost at: High Performance Computing (HPC) SDK | NVIDIA

Support services are available for-fee. If needed, please find more information at bottom of the page.

-Mat

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Thank you, Mat