These IPP Knowledge Base article may answer you questions.
1. IPP Downloads, Registration and Licensing
Questions about which Intel IPP library files can be redistributed with your application are answered here.
Yes, these dynamic libraries in the folder
Please Checkthe redist.txt file located inC:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\ComposerXE-2011\Documentation\en_US\ippfor more details (Please note, this file is only contained in the full product package)
2. This Intel IPP licensing FAQ answers many questions regarding how the Intel IPP library is licensed for development and for redistribution to your customers
When I buy a copy of Intel IPP, can I redistribute the runtime library files (such as lib, DLLs) with my company's software?
Yes. Your purchase of Intel IPP (and updates through the support service subscription) includes redistribution rights. See the end-user license agreement for redistribution details. The static library files can be redistributed as outlined in the end user license agreement.
Do I need to buy an Intel IPP license for each copy of our software that we sell?
No. There is no royalty fee for redistribution of Intel IPP. Please check the Intel IPP end user license agreement for more details.
How many copies of my company's application can redistribute the Intel IPP library files?
You may redistribute an unlimited number of copies of the files that are found in the directories defined in the Redistributables section of the end user license agreement.
Are there royalty fees for using Intel IPP?
No. There is no royalty fee for redistributing the Intel IPP library files with your software. By licensing the Intel IPP product for your developers, you have rights to redistribute the Intel IPP library files with your software for an unlimited number of copies. For more information, please refer to the end user license agreement.
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Guidance from our product marketing folks is:
our customers (customer A) may allow their customers (customer B) to further redistribute IPP but only as part of customer As application, and customer B may not distribute IPP independent of customers As app
In other words, your customer may freely distribute that part of IPP that you are providing to them to be used with your product, as long as they are only distributing IPP along with your product.
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