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PGI 2019 supports 64-bit operating systems only. The latest version is 19.9.

Download PGI Professional Edition

Each option below contains all available platform features; specific product features are enabled by your license key.

Linux x86-64 CPU and GPU
Linux OpenPOWER CPU and GPU
macOS CPU
Windows x64 CPU and GPU; command-line interface;
Co-installation Requirements
PGI Visual Fortran CPU and GPU; graphical user interface (GUI);
deprecated — available to license holders as of August 31, 2018 and requires previous installation of PGI Visual Fortran 18.7 or earlier.

Documentation

Release Notes for x86-64 CPUs
Installation Guide for x86-64 CPUs
Installation and Release Notes for OpenPOWER CPUs
End-user License Agreement (EULA)
Additional Documentation

Additional Components

These components are available to users linked to a for-fee PGI license.

Linux x86-64 (including LLVM)
ESMF for Open MPI
NetCDF for Open MPI and C++98
NetCDF for Open MPI and C++11
QD: Quad-Double package
Linux OpenPOWER
NetCDF for Open MPI and C++98
NetCDF for Open MPI and C++11
QD: Quad-Double package

PGI License Daemons (for IT Professionals)

Release Archive

Past releases are in the PGI release archive. Multiple releases can be installed on the same system. Current PGI license keys work with older releases.

Notes

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