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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Debuts Software Licensing Portal

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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Debuts Software Licensing Portal

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Innovation and Partnerships Office has unveiled an online licensing portal to encourage the private sector to adopt internally developed proprietary software.

IPO aims to promote technology transfer by providing industry with licensing and partnership opportunities, LLNL said Monday.

The website and its proprietary software listings are intended to drive scientific innovation by “multidisciplinary teams” to support national security and global stability.

LLNL noted that the portal presents organizations with license options ranging from custom proprietary to non-exclusive end-user. The ability to tailor license agreements will allow IPO to work with companies ranging from resellers to those that want to integrate the software into commercial offerings, the laboratory added.

According to LLNL, the portal shares industry adoption and academic innovation objectives with a portfolio of internally developed open-source software.

In early 2023, the laboratory debuted an open-source application to support the development of collaborative autonomy-focused cybersecurity software to protect critical infrastructure. LLNL said its Skywing software is available to the research community.

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