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Intel SDK for OpenCL: Student/Academic Research License?

Hello,

I am a graduate student. When I downloaded Intel SDK for OpenCL, I got a mail that its trial version. I have to use this software for next 1 year for my research, I wanted to know if there is any "Student/Academic Research License " for this software? 

 

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Which version are you using?  There are now 3 ways for everyone to get free access to Intel(R) SDK for OpenCL Applications.

  • Standalone Windows
  • Standalone Linux
  • In Intel(R) Media Server Studio community edition

For more info please see: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/opencl-drivers.  General EULAs are available for all of these packages.

 

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Dear Jeffrey,

I am using Linux (CentyOS 6.5). I have a Intel Xeon Phi in my workstation. I wanted to implement OpenCL on that and thats why I need Intel SDK for OpenCL. Are you talking about " Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications 2016 R2 for Linux* (64 bit)  (Driver components included)" ? I downloaded from the "Download Center " and got a mail saying "Thank you for downloading an Intel® Software Product trial." It would be very helpful if you could help me with the free access of SDK for OpenCL.   

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