Frequently Asked Licensing Questions
Intel® IPP is included as part of the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit, which is a core set of tools and libraries for developing high-performance, data-centric applications across diverse architectures.
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Intel® IPP Cryptography is part of the main Intel® IPP product and is available to download as part of the Intel® oneAPI Base Toolkit and is also available on GitHub.
Intel® IPP is currently provided under the Intel Simplified Software License, available here. Intel® IPP is redistributable under the terms of that license. Please note the license is subject to change at any time and the license that is bundled with your download of Intel® IPP will be controlling.
Intel® IPP is made available free of charge and free of any royalties. However, certain industry standards may require separate license fees. You are solely responsible for determining if your use of Intel® IPP in your product requires any additional licenses. Intel is not responsible for obtaining any such licenses, nor liable for any licensing fees due, in connection with your use of Intel® IPP.
Do I need to get a license for each machine being used to develop and test applications using Intel® IPP?
Yes, you need a separate license for each installation of Intel® IPP.
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