We offer discounts to universities and non-commercial organizations when purchasing licenses for educational, non-commercial purposes.
The university of Uppsala, Sweden was founded in 1477. About 500 years later, in the 1980's, IAR Systems was the first company in the world to take on the challenge of developing a C compiler for 8051. The fact that IAR Systems is based in Uppsala is no coincidence. Universities all over the world have a huge impact on business development.
Today, many years later, IAR Systems provides thousands of companies all over the world with development tools for 8-, 16-, and 32-bit embedded systems. IAR Systems cooperates with the world’s leading semiconductor vendors and has an extensive network of partners. We are also proud to say that our products are widely used for educational purposes.
For IAR Embedded Workbench and IAR Visual State, we offer discounts to universities and non-commercial organizations when purchasing licenses for educational, non-commercial purposes:
A completed “Request for Educational Licenses” form must be attached to the purchase order when applying for an educational discount.