Setting the NMath License Key

NMath license information is stored in a license key which must be found at runtime. When you purchase one or more developer seats of NMath, you will be issued a license key describing the terms of your license. If no license key is found at runtime, a default evaluation license key is used which provides a free 30-day evaluation period for NMath on the current machine. Three mechanisms are supp...
Read More

NMath Configuration

Beginning with the release of NMath 5.2 and NMath Stats 3.5, NMath includes a new configuration system for controlling the loading of the NMath license key, kernel assembly, and native library. Based on customer feedback, we've designed this system to provide greater flexibility and security at deployment, and greater convenience in group development environments. We've also added optional logging...
Read More

Accessing .Net Libraries in SQL Server

In previous posts we demonstrated calling CenterSpace's NMath libraries from Excel. Some customers asked if we could call these libraries from Microsoft's SQL Server so we decided to give it a shot. It turns out the problem is a substantially harder problem to solve as the SQL environment is an order of magnitude more complex. This post will show it is possible, but with a few caveats. T...
Read More

SuperComputing 2010

CenterSpace Software will be at SC 10 in New Orleans. Our team will be delivering a presentation at the Intel booth on November 18th at noon. Our CEO, Trevor Misfeldt, and CTO, Paul Shirkey, will be presenting a customer success story on NMath and MKL. If you're attending, please join us at the presentation. We look forward to seeing you. Let us know in advance and we can schedule some ti...
Read More