I've a question regarding the purchase of the IPP for academic research. A colleague has told me, he has downloaded and used the IPP for free in the past (I think 1 or 2 years ago). He said he had registered at http://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-education-offerings as an academic user and after that he could download the IPP for free. OK, since I'm going to do some heavy image processing on some Atom and Core i7 boards, I would like to use the IPP to increase the performance of my algorithms (and to boost OpenCV, too). Ok, back to topic. Is there still a way to purchase the IPP for free (for academic research)? Or have we to buy some academic licence (in this case - where can I get the IPP in an academic licence? I found a lot of IDEs etc. at http://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-education-offerings, which provides the IPP in a bundle - but not the single IPP.)?
Thanks for your support,