Software Licensing

Site licensed software can be downloaded from our Kivuto-hosted software webstore. (You must be on the Caltech network or using VPN in order to download software from this website.)

The Latest News

10/17/2014: Matlab R2014b is now available for download.

10/02/2014: IMSS is in the process of renewing our campus Matlab and Mathematica licenses. If you receive a message that the license will expire in the next 60 days, no action is required on your part. The message will disappear once we have completed our renewal process.

09/19/2014: If you are using a network installation of Matlab, please update your license file. This will ensure that your Matlab network installation accesses the new license server and will prevent a disruption of service once the older servers are retired later this fall. For instructions on how to obtain and update this license file, click here. Note that standalone installations require no further action since they do not require network access to run.

09/11/2014: All new Adobe orders will now be held for billing for the new fiscal year beginning October 1, 2014.

08/14/2014: Mathematica 10 is now available for download.

07/17/2014: Solidworks 2014-2015 is now available for download.

06/30/2014: Adobe has once again made CS6 products available for purchase. Get your licenses now before Adobe ends this program (again)! Place your Adobe orders by September 11, 2014 to be billed to the current fiscal year. Orders placed after 9/11 may be billed in the following fiscal year beginning October 1, 2014.

06-19-2014: ChemBioDraw Ultra 14 for Mac and ChemBioOffice Ultra 14 are now available for download.

06-19-2014: Red Hat recently released RHEL 7, which will be made available via the software webstore later this year, in the fall.

06-16-2014: The University of Sydney Computational Algebra Group's MAGMA software is available for download. The software has been made available free of charge through a generous initiative of the Simons Foundation.

06-10-2014: A reminder to graduating students: Upon leaving the institute, any Caltech site licensed software installed on personally owned computer(s) must be removed. Caltech site licensed software may only be used by active faculty, staff, and students. Alumni are not authorized to use Caltech site licensed software.

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