In September 2011, the IMSL End User License Agreement was changed to require, in most cases, the purchase of a separate "deployment license" if someone other than the licensed developer was to run an application that used IMSL.
In July 2013, Intel and Rogue Wave negotiated a new agreement which eliminates the need for separately purchased deployment licenses in the following cases:
The application developer is running the application using IMSL themselves.
If Intel® Visual Fortran was purchased by an organization, an application using IMSL is being run by persons employed by or contracted to the organization in support of the organization's business.
For cases that meet one of the two above descriptions, the application is run on a cluster or a system with more than four processors or more than four cores per processor.