[Beowulf] Re: Beowulf Digest, Vol 15, Issue 19
rwm at absoft.com
Mon May 9 13:23:36 PDT 2005
> BTW, maybe this is known to you already, but Intel offers you their OpenMP
> capable compilers for free for academic use.
Intel compilers are only free for "non-commercial" use, which is
different than "free for academic use".
Q. I am engaged in academic research. Can I use the non-commercial product?
A. If you, as an individual, are receiving any form of compensation for
the research project (i.e., you receive a salary, or funding, etc.), you
do not qualify for a non-commercial use license.
See this URL for the Intel definition and examples of non-commercial to
see if you qualify:
You can find academic pricing here:
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