https://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-ipp states "Now available as a standalone product for OS X". But https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-sdp-changes#IPSXEingredients states "New licenses of the following ingredient products will be available only in suites going forward.". Which of the two is true?
I think, it would be really unfortunate, if the standalone versions would be no longer available. I'd love to use IPP for power of two 1d FFT anf iFFT on windows. On OSX I can use apples accelerate framework. But on windows there's to my knowledge nothing comparable. But I'd also consider using it on OSX because of the support for non power of two FFTs.
Assuming, that the windows version is no longer available as a standalone product. What is the most cost effective option right now to license IPP on Windows? I'm working on a tight budget and USD 500 or more is a little bit on the steep side of things.
Thanks for the clarification and suggestions
Thanks for your feedback. Our commitment to delivering the market leading Intel® IPP product is unchanged. IPP is available by the suite product, and not the standalone package now. For Windows, the composer edition, which is cost effective option, includes the IPP packages, :