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Petr_Machacek
Beginner
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IPP download link

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Hello,

I'd like to download and buy Intel IPP but I can't find any download link. I'm sure that the link existed in past. Is is still possible to buy the IPP as a single product, not as a part of Parallel Studio or System Studio?

Thank you.

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Tam_N_
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Hi ,

I know IPP hasn't released in a single product, so you need to install Intel® Parallel Studio XE to use IPP.

 

Thanks,

Tam Nguyen

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Tam_N_
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Hi ,

I know IPP hasn't released in a single product, so you need to install Intel® Parallel Studio XE to use IPP.

 

Thanks,

Tam Nguyen

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Petr_Machacek
Beginner
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Thanks. It is not good news.

Petr_Machacek
Beginner
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Information from my Intel reseller (Czech Republic):

New licenses as a standalone product are no longer available.  IPP is included with Intel Parallel Studio XE Composer and Professional Editions that include C++ and Cluster Studio XE.

Chao_Y_Intel
Employee
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Hello,

It is also part of Intel system studio. Please check Intel IPP site on to get the package:

 

Available in:
Intel® Parallel Studio XE

Intel® System Studio

Thanks,
Chao

Robert_T_
Beginner
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Would be nice if the web page was clearer with this new form of availability for IPP. This is AWFUL news. I only want one cow, not the entire farm! 

I bought a Windows license for just IPP this past July. Any chance I can get it 'switched' to Linux? 

Anaximandro_G_
Beginner
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I do have the very same question that Rober T above posted.

I do already have one app that uses one old version of IPP and now I do want to update this app - however this new version aprouch is giving me some headaches ...

I do want only the COW!!!

Chao_Y_Intel
Employee
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Anaximandro, 
which old version of Intel IPP do you have?  here is the upgrade option for IPP: 
https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-integrated-performance-primitives-intel-ipp-upgrade-...

Thanks,
Chao

 

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