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 Matlab 2023 Floating/Concurrent Server License

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Expires annually in August and will require a new subscription.

For academic research and teaching purposes only. ARL is excluded from use of this license.

Available for Windows, Linux, UNIX and Macintosh OS X systems as long as they operate under a single license manager on a local area network. Users located outside the country in which the license manager server is installed may not access the program.

The toolboxes included in our Matlab license are listed here.

MATLAB 2023 Floating/Concurrent Server License

MATHWORKS LICENSE

Item # MATLAB2023SERVER

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Matlab Concurrent License via a SERVER. (NOT for SINGLE installations). Pricing is PER license. Requires a minimum purchase of 10 licenses. Orders for less than 10 licenses will be cancelled.

  • Manufacturer: Mathworks
  • Who Can Purchase: Departments
  • Installation Permissions: PSU Owned Machine
  • Return Policy: Standard Return Policy Applies
  • License Term: Annual
  • Annual Renewal Date: August
  • Contract Administrator: Mike Mrsa and Tim White
  • Important Information: Purchases up to 90 days prior to expiration will not be charged renewal fees.

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