Solid State Logic uses free and open source software. Please see below for the open source packages used and their respective licenses. Information about which license texts and copyright notices refer to which source code can be taken directly from the source code we provide according to the written offer below.
Some Solid State Logic products include software code developed by third parties, including software code subject to the GNU General Public License (“GPL”) and GNU Lesser General Public License (“LGPL”). As applicable, the terms of the GPL and LGPL, and information on obtaining access to the GPL code and LGPL code used in this product, are available to you in this document.
Modifications of our software that is linked with libraries licensed under the LGPL are herewith permitted for the user’s own use and reverse engineering for debugging such modifications. However, forwarding the information acquired during reverse engineering or debugging to third parties is not permitted. Furthermore, it is not permitted to distribute modified versions of our proprietary software. Please note that there is no warranty for any defects based on your modifications.
At the request of the copyright holders of the GPL and LGPL components, we refer to the following: Our programs are distributed in the hope that they will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License, the GNU Lesser General Public License and the other applicable licenses for more details.
WRITTEN OFFER FOR GPL AND LGPL SOURCE CODE
Certain FOSS licenses require Solid State Logic to make available to recipients the source code corresponding to the FOSS binaries distributed under those licenses. Where such specific license terms entitle you to the source code of such software, Solid State Logic will provide to anyone upon written request via e-mail and/or traditional paper mail within three years after the distribution of the product by us the applicable source code via CD-ROM or USB pen drive for a nominal cost to cover shipping and media charges as allowed under the GPL and LGPL.
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Solid State Logic
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Solid State Logic UK Ltd ('SSL’) uses open source software in some of its products, in line with the terms of our General EULA and the licenses related to this open source software, herewith a list open source software used, the software license details and the SSL products with which it is associated.
For queries regarding open source software in Solid State Logic products please contact: email@example.com
The following products are included under a grouping product name.
“AWS Family” includes AWS900, AWS900Plus, AWS916, AWS924, AWS948, Duality, Matrix, Matrix 2, Nucleus, Nucleus 2.
“Network IO” includes A16.D16, A32, BLII Bridge, D64, GPIO32, MADI Bridge, SB8.8, SBi16, SB16.12, SB32.24, X-Light Bridge.
“Tempest Family” includes Live L100, L200, L300, L350, L500, L500 Plus, L550, Network I/O Controller, Network I/O Updater, SOLSA, System T S300, S500, T-Engine, T-SOLSA, TCR.
Audinate Brooklyn II: Audinate Software Licensing
Bonjour: Apache License Version 2.0
Google Protocol Buffers: BSD License
Audinate Brooklyn II/Dante HC: Audinate Software Licensing
Boost: Boost Software License V1.0
Code Project excerpts: Code Project Open License (CPOL) 1.02
Ember+: Boost Software License V1.0
Google Protocol Buffers: BSD License
LexTM.SharpSNMPLib v10.0.10: MIT License
lz4net v126.96.36.199: BSD License
Microsoft .NET Libraries: Microsoft .NET Library License
PuTTY: MIT License
RawInput.Sharp 0.0.3: zlib License
Rug.Osc: MIT License
SADIE II Database V1.0: Apache License Version 2.0
ServiceModelEx: IDesign Resources License V2.0
SharpZipLib v1.1.0: MIT License
Liquid Look and Feel: GNU LGPL Version 2.1