We have several of the basic Parallel Studio packages, featuring the MKL library but not IMSL. We are now upgrading a coupld of *very very old* Fortran programs that make just a few calls to IMSL that we had in the middle 80's (B-spline routines CSAKM and CSDER in particular). I can see on Intel's website that you offer a bundeled package that includes IMSL for ~$2,000, but we really don't need another Fortran license. Is there any way to obtain the upgrade from Intel? If so, or if we bought a single copy of the bundled package, can the IMSL library be used by our other users on their respective licensed Fortran compilers?
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