Anybody who can answer for Intel UPnP stack license policy?

Anybody who can answer for Intel UPnP stack license policy?

sisimma's picture

Hi. all,


I emailed isn.support@intel.com about license policy for use of Intel UPnP stack generated by Intel Device Builder.


But I got response from Intel support teamthat he or she asked me to go to this forumand seethe question.



I'm confused if she or he just kicked me off by regarding my question about license as general question about Intel UPnP tool just likeIntel product.



Is there anybody who is able to figureout what is policy of Intel UPnP stack license?



Sincerely yours.


Sean Yoon.



-----Original Message-----
From: isn.support@intel.com [mailto:isn.support@intel.com]
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 6:03 AM
To: Sean Yoon
Subject: RE: Any license for UPnP stack generated by Intel Device Builder?



Hello,



Thank you for contacting Intel Software Network Support.



Intel Tools for UPnP* Technology are no longer being developed by Intel. Intel no longer provides interactive support for these products via telephone or e-mail, nor will Intel provide any future updates to the Intel Tools for UPnP* Technology or improve compatibility with third party devices and software products.



The Intel Tools for UPnP* Technology page is located at http://www.intel.com/software/upnp.



Please see our community-supported Intel Tools for UPnP* Technology forum at http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/ if you would like to discuss Intel Tools for UPnP Technology with the public. Please note that this forum is not moderated by Intel and all posts are answered by community members.



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<===== Received from SYoon@c-mobiles.com on 2008-05-23-00.09.27.000000 ======>



Dear Madam/Sir:



I'm working for CDI.



We're considering using UPnP technology on Windows mobile device for our


application.



Is it possible for us to use Intel UPnP stack generated by Intel Device


Builder in our application on Windows mobile device?



(If yes) Are there any limitations or conditions to use the Intel UPnP


stack such as license fee or running charge for commercial applications?





Please let us know if any information needed to use the Intel UPnP stack


for commercial appication ASAP...






Thank you.



Sean Sukhwan Yoon.

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chanbhan's picture

Were you able to figure this out by any chance?

Thanks.

ylian-saint-hilaire (Intel)'s picture

It's now fully open source at http://opentools.homeip.net/. The new license is Apache 2.0 and so there is no problem using the code even for commential use.

Ylian
opentools.homeip.net

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