Licensing options and pricing

Light Edition

Restrictions: up to 2-spin systems in solids; up to 13-spin systems in liquids; no chemical exchange/dynamics; no non-secular terms/DNP
Subscription price: $500 per year for a single computer
Each additional computer: $100 or less
Computer cluster / site licenses: please ask for a quote

Standard Edition

Restrictions: up to 13-spin systems in solids and liquids; no chemical exchange/dynamics; no non-secular terms/DNP
Subscription price: $1100 per year for a single computer
Each additional computer: $150 or less
Computer cluster / site licenses: please ask for a quote

Unlimited Edition

Restrictions: no
Note: capability of simulations in huge spin system, when implemented, will be available only in this edition
Subscription price: $1350 per year for a single computer
Each additional computer: $150 or less
Computer cluster / site licenses: please ask for a quote

Notes:

  • License subscribers have free access to all new versions of the software (for the Edition they are licensed to) released during the term of their subscription.
  • Each license includes software for all three platforms we support: Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux, all running on the x86-64 architecture. Please ask for a quote if you need to run the software on other platforms.
  • The license will be locked to the computer, or computers from which the software is activated (a computer can have multiple CPU’s/cores)
  • A license can be upgraded to a higher tier (from Light to Standard or from Standard to Unlimited) by paying the price difference
  • Licenses can be purchased for a minimum of 1 year and a maximum of 5 years. License term starts on the date when the software was downloaded. Quotes for 1-year licenses can be automatically generated by the customer from this website. Quotes for longer term licenses need to be requested.
  • All licenses include an unconditional 30-day refund warranty.
  • The prices quoted above are for research groups at academic institutions; they do not apply to commercial companies or computer centers/clusters serving more than one research group.