I wanted to know if the license associated with the package: intel-oneapi-mkl-2021.1-486.beta08.src.rpm allows me to use this software in a commercial product that I try to commercialize. The associated Eula seems to be, but I don't know if I have to get a commercial license or not.
Name : intel-oneapi-mkl
Version : 2021.1
Release : 486.beta08
Architecture : x86_64
Size : 0.0
Source : intel-oneapi-mkl-2021.1-486.beta08.src.rpm
Repository : @System
From repo : oneAPI
Summary : Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library 2021.1 Beta Update 8 for Linux* runtime package for Intel(R) 64
License : Copyright 2019-2020 Intel Corporation.
Description : Accelerate math processing routines, including matrix algebra, fast Fourier transforms (FFT), and vector mat
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I haven't any license, only I followed steps to install oneAPI Math Library from your website https://dynamicinstaller.intel.com/oneapi/toolkits/base-kit/linux/ and I am not sure if this type of installation allow me to use this library in context of commercial software. Is it compatible with some licence MIT , apache software or something like that?
You cannot use/ship OneAPI MKL for commercial software development.
One of the main reasons is that OneAPI Math Kernel Library(Beta-08) is still in Beta release and is considered as Pre-Released Materials.
Hence, you cannot use OneAPI MKL for commercial use and generally licensed under the Intel End User License Agreement for Developer Tools (Version September 2019) under an Evaluation License for Pre-Release Materials.
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