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FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
This is a legal agreement between you, as an authorized representative of your
employer, or if you have no employer, as an individual (together "you"), and
Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. ("Freescale") and its Affiliates. It concerns
your rights to use the software identified in the Software Content Register
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1.1. "Affiliates" means, any corporation, or entity directly or
indirectly controlled by, controlling, or under common control with Freescale.
1.2. "Essential Patent" means a patent to the limited extent that
infringement of such patent cannot be avoided in remaining compliant with the
technology standards implicated by the usage of any of the Licensed Software,
including optional implementation of the standards, on technical but not
commercial grounds, taking into account normal technical practice and the state
of the art generally available at the time of standardization.
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statute, common law or equity in and under copyrights, trade secrets, and
patents (including utility models), and analogous rights throughout the world,
including any applications for and the right to apply for, any of the
1.4. "Software Content Register" means the documentation
accompanying the Licensed Software which identifies the contents of the
Licensed Software, including but not limited to identification of any Third
1.5. "Third Party Software" means, any software included in the
Licensed Software that is not Freescale Proprietary software, and is not open
source software, and to which different license terms may apply.
2. LICENSE GRANT.
2.1. Separate license grants to Third Party Software, or other
terms applicable to the Licensed Software if different from those granted in
this Section 2, are contained in Appendix A. The Licensed Software is
accompanied by a Software Content Register which will identify that portion of
the Licensed Software, if any, that is subject to the different terms in
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distribution of product containing a programmable processing unit (e.g. a
microprocessor, microcontroller, sensor or digital signal processor) supplied
directly or indirectly from Freescale ("Authorized System") Freescale grants
you a world-wide, personal, non-transferable, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable,
license, under Freescale's Intellectual Property Rights:
(a) to use and reproduce the Licensed Software only as part of, or
integrated within, Authorized Systems and not on a standalone basis;
(b) to directly or indirectly manufacture, demonstrate, copy, distribute,
market and sell the Licensed Software in object code (machine readable) only as
part of, or embedded within, Authorized Systems in object code form and not on
a standalone basis. Notwithstanding the foregoing, those files marked as .h
files ("Header files") may be distributed in source or object code form, but
only as part of, or embedded within Authorized Systems.
(c) to copy, use and distribute as needed, solely in connection with an
Authorized System, proprietary Freescale information associated with the
Licensed Software for the purpose of developing, maintaining and supporting
Authorized Systems with which the Licensed Software is integrated or
2.3. For Freescale Licensed Software provided to you in source code
form (human readable), Freescale further grants to you a worldwide, personal,
non-transferable, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, license, under Freescale's
Intellectual Property Rights:
(a) to prepare derivative works of the Licensed Software, only as part of,
or integrated within, Authorized Systems and not on a standalone basis,;
(b) to use, demonstrate, copy, distribute, market and sell the derivative
works of the Licensed Software in object code (machine readable) only as part
of, or integrated within, Authorized Systems and not on a standalone basis.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, those files marked as .h files ("Header files")
may be distributed in source or object code form, but only as part of, or
embedded within Authorized Systems.
2.4. You may use subcontractors on your premises to exercise your
rights under Section 2.2 and 2.3 so long as you have an agreement in place with
the subcontractor containing confidentiality restrictions no less stringent
than those contained in this Agreement. You will remain liable for your
subcontractors' adherence to the terms of this Agreement and for any and all
acts and omissions of such subcontractors with respect to this Agreement and
the Licensed Software.
3. LICENSE LIMITATIONS AND RESTRICTIONS.
3.1. The licenses granted above in Section 2.3 only extend to
Freescale intellectual property rights that would be infringed by the Licensed
Software prior to your preparation of any derivative work.
3.2. The Licensed Software is licensed to you, not sold. Title to
Licensed Software delivered hereunder remains vested in Freescale or
Freescale's licensor and cannot be assigned or transferred. You are expressly
forbidden from selling or otherwise distributing the Licensed Software, or any
portion thereof, except as expressly permitted herein. This Agreement does not
grant to you any implied rights under any Freescale or third party intellectual
3.3. You may not translate, reverse engineer, decompile, or
disassemble the Licensed Software except to the extent applicable law
specifically prohibits such restriction. You must prohibit your sub-licensees
from translating, reverse engineering, decompiling, or disassembling the
Licensed Software except to the extent applicable law specifically prohibits
3.4. You must reproduce any and all of Freescale's (or its third
party licensor's) copyright notices and other proprietary legends on copies of
3.5. If you distribute the Licensed Software to the United States
Government, then the Licensed Software is "restricted computer software" and
is subject to FAR 52.227-19 (c)(1) and (c)(2).
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irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide, royalty-free, sub-licensable license under
your Intellectual Property Rights to use without restriction and for any
purpose any suggestion, comment or other feedback related to the Licensed
Software (including, but not limited to, error corrections and bug fixes).
3.7. You will not take or fail to take any action that could
subject the Licensed Software to an Excluded License. An Excluded License means
any license that requires, as a condition of use, modification or distribution
of software subject to the Excluded License, that such software or other
software combined and/or distributed with the software be (i) disclosed or
distributed in source code form; (ii) licensed for the purpose of making
derivative works; or (iii) redistributable at no charge.
3.8. You may not publish or distribute information, results or data
associated with the use of the Licensed Software to anyone other than
Freescale; however you must advise Freescale of any results obtained including
any problems or suggested improvements thereof. Freescale retains the right to
use such results and related information in any manner it deems appropriate.
4. OPEN SOURCE. Open source software included in the Licensed
Software is not licensed under the terms of this Agreement, but is instead
licensed under the terms of the applicable open source license(s), such as the
BSD License, Apache License or the GNU Lesser General Public License. Your use
of the open source software is subject to the terms of each applicable license.
You must agree to the terms of each applicable license, or you cannot use the
open source software.
5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS. Subject to Freescale's ownership
interest in the underlying Licensed Software, all intellectual property rights
associated with, and title to, your Authorized System will be retained by or
will vest in you. Your modifications to the Licensed Software, and all
intellectual property rights associated with, and title thereto, will be the
property of Freescale. Upon request, you must provide Freescale the source
code of any derivative of the Licensed Software. You agree to assign all,
and hereby do assign all rights, title, and interest to any such modifications
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reasonably requested by Freescale to establish, preserve or enforce such right.
Further, you agree to waive all moral rights relating to your modifications to
the Licensed Software, including, without limitation, all rights of
identification of authorship and all rights of approval, restriction, or
limitation on use or subsequent modification. Notwithstanding the foregoing,
you will have the license rights granted in Section 2 hereto to any such
modifications made by you or your licensees.
6. PATENT COVENANT NOT TO SUE. As partial, material consideration for the
rights granted to you under this Agreement, you covenant not to sue or
otherwise assert your patents against Freescale, a Freescale Affiliate or
subsidiary, or a Freescale licensee of the Licensed Software for infringement
of your Intellectual Property Rights by the manufacture, use, sale, offer for
sale, importation or other disposition or promotion of the Licensed Software
and/or any redistributed portions of the Licensed Software.
7. ESSENTIAL PATENTS. You are solely responsible for obtaining licenses
for any relevant Essential Patents for your use in connection with technology
that you incorporate into the your product (whether as part of the Licensed
Software or not).
8. TERM AND TERMINATION. This Agreement will remain in effect unless
terminated as provided in this Section 8.
8.1. You may terminate this Agreement immediately upon written
notice to Freescale at the address provided below.
8.2. Either party may terminate this Agreement if the other party
is in default of any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement, and
termination is effective if the defaulting party fails to correct such default
within 30 days after written notice thereof by the non-defaulting party to the
defaulting party at the address below.
8.3. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Freescale may terminate this
Agreement immediately upon written notice if you: breach any of your
confidentiality obligations or the license restrictions under this Agreement;
become bankrupt, insolvent, or file a petition for bankruptcy or insolvency,
make an assignment for the benefit of its creditors; enter proceedings for
winding up or dissolution ;are dissolved; or are nationalized or become subject
to the expropriation of all or substantially all of its business or assets.
8.4. Upon termination of this Agreement, all licenses granted under
Section 2 will expire, except that any licenses extended to end-users pursuant
to Sections 2.2(b), 2.2(c), and 2.3(b), which have been granted prior to such
termination will survive.
8.5. After termination of this Agreement by either party and upon
Freescale's written request, you will, at your discretion, return to the
Freescale any confidential information including all copies thereof or furnish
to Freescale at the address below, a statement certifying, with respect to the
Licensed Software delivered hereunder that the original and all copies, except
for archival copies to be used solely for dispute resolution purposes, in whole
or in part, in any form, of the Licensed Software have been destroyed.
8.6. Notwithstanding the termination of this Agreement for any
reason, the terms of Sections 1, 3, 5 through 25 will survive.
9. SUPPORT. Freescale is not obligated to provide any
support, upgrades or new releases of the Licensed Software under this
Agreement. If you wish, you may contact Freescale and report problems and
provide suggestions regarding the Licensed Software. Freescale has no
obligation to respond to such a problem report or suggestion. Freescale may
make changes to the Licensed Software at any time, without any obligation to
notify or provide updated versions of the Licensed Software to you.
10. NO WARRANTY. To the maximum extent permitted by law,
Freescale expressly disclaims any warranty for the Licensed Software. The
Licensed Software is provided "AS IS", without warranty of any kind, either
express or implied, including without limitation the implied warranties of
merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. You
assume the entire risk arising out of the use or performance of the licensed
software, or any systems you design using the licensed software (if any).
11. INDEMNITY. You agree to fully defend and indemnify Freescale
from all claims, liabilities, and costs (including reasonable attorney's fees)
related to (1) your use (including your contractors or distributee's use, if
permitted) of the Licensed Software or (2) your violation of the terms and
conditions of this Agreement.
12. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. EXCLUDING LIABILITY FOR A BREACH
OF SECTION 2 (LICENSE GRANTS), SECTION 3 (LICENSE LIMITATIONS AND
RESTRICTIONS), SECTION 17 (CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION), OR CLAIMS UNDER SECTION
11(INDEMNITY), IN NO EVENT WILL EITHER PARTY BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
TORT, OR OTHERWISE, FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR
PUNITIVE DAMAGES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR ANY LOSS OF USE,
LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE, COMMERCIAL LOSS, OR LOST PROFITS, SAVINGS, OR
REVENUES, TO THE FULL EXTENT SUCH MAY BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW. FREESCALE'S TOTAL
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CONNECTION WITH THE LICENSED SOFTWARE TO WHICH LOSSES OR DAMAGES ARE CLAIMED.
13. EXPORT RESTRICTIONS.
13.1. Licensed Software (collectively referred to as "items") is
subject to the export control laws of the United States and other countries
that may lawfully control the export of the Licensed Software. Furnishing
support services with respect to Licensed Software that is controlled as
defense or military items may also be subject to such laws. Accordingly, you
agree you will not transfer the Licensed Software or furnish such services
except in compliance with the export laws of the United States and any other
country that may lawfully control the export of the Licensed Software or the
provision of such services. You will indemnify and hold Freescale harmless
from any claims, liabilities, damages, penalties, forfeitures, and associated
costs and expenses (including attorneys' fees) that Freescale may incur due to
your non-compliance with applicable export laws, rules, and regulations. You
will immediately notify Freescale of any violation of any export law, rule, or
regulation, which may affect Freescale or relate to the activities covered
under this Agreement.
13.2. If an export/import license, permit, or other government
required authority (collectively referred to as "government authorization")
is required for Freescale to transfer the Licensed Software or any other
Freescale property under this Agreement and such government authorization to
non-Freescale party(ies) is not approved, then Freescale is not obligated to
proceed with the transfer until the required government authorization is
14. GOVERNMENT CONTRACT COMPLIANCE.
14.1. If you sell Authorized Systems directly to any government or
public entity, including U.S., state, local, foreign or international
governments or public entities, or indirectly via a prime contractor or
subcontractor of such governments or entities, Freescale makes no
representations, certifications, or warranties whatsoever about compliance with
government or public entity acquisition statutes or regulations, including,
without limitation, statutes or regulations that may relate to pricing,
quality, origin or content.
14.2. The Licensed Software has been developed at private expense and
is a "Commercial Item" as defined in 48 C.F.R. Section 2.101, consisting of
"Commercial Computer Software", and/or "Commercial Computer Software
Documentation," as such terms are used in 48 C.F.R. Section 12.212 (or
48 C.F.R. Section 227.7202, as applicable) and may only be licensed to or
shared with U.S. Government end users in object code form as part of, or
embedded within, Authorized Systems. Any agreement pursuant to which you share
the Licensed Software will include a provision that reiterates the limitations
of this document and requires all sub-agreements to similarly contain such
15. SAFETY CRITICAL APPLICATIONS
15.1. In some cases, Freescale may promote certain Licensed Software
for use in safety-related applications. Freescale's goal is to educate
licensees so that they can design their own end-product solutions to meet
applicable functional safety standards and requirements. You make the
ultimate design decisions regarding your products and are solely responsible
for compliance with all legal, regulatory, safety, and security related
requirements concerning your products, regardless of any information or support
that may be provided by Freescale. Accordingly, you will indemnify and hold
Freescale harmless from any claims, liabilities, damages and associated costs
and expenses (including attorneys' fees) that Freescale may incur related to
your incorporation of any Product in a safety-critical application or system.
15.2. Only Licensed Software that Freescale has specifically
designated as "Automotive Qualified" is intended for use in automotive,
military, or aerospace applications or environments. If you use Licensed
Software that has not been designated as "Automotive Qualified" in an
automotive, military, or aerospace application or environment, you do so at
your own risk.
15.3. Licensed Software is not intended or authorized for any use in
16. CHOICE OF LAW; VENUE. This Agreement will be governed by,
construed, and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas, USA,
without regard to conflicts of laws principles, will apply to all matters
relating to this Agreement or the Licensed Software, and you agree that any
litigation will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state or
federal courts Texas, USA. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the
International Sale of Goods will not apply to this document.
17. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. Subject to the license grants and
restrictions contained herein, you must treat the Licensed Software as
confidential information and you agree to retain the Licensed Software in
confidence perpetually, with respect to Licensed Software in source code form
(human readable), or for a period of five (5) years from the date of termination
of this Agreement, with respect to all other parts of the Licensed Software.
During this period you may not disclose any part of the Licensed Software to
anyone other than employees who have a need to know of the Licensed Software
and who have executed written agreements obligating them to protect such
Licensed Software to at least the same degree of care as in this Agreement.
You agree to use the same degree of care, but no less than a reasonable degree
of care, with the Licensed Software as you do with your own confidential
information. You may disclose Licensed Software to the extent required by a
court or under operation of law or order provided that you notify Freescale of
such requirement prior to disclosure, which you only disclose information
required, and that you allow Freescale the opportunity to object to such court
or other legal body requiring such disclosure.
18. TRADEMARKS. You are not authorized to use any Freescale
trademarks, brand names, or logos.
19. ENTIRE AGREEMENT. This Agreement constitutes the entire
agreement between you and Freescale regarding the subject matter of this
Agreement, and supersedes all prior communications, negotiations,
understandings, agreements or representations, either written or oral, if any.
This Agreement may only be amended in written form, signed by you and
20. SEVERABILITY. If any provision of this Agreement is held for
any reason to be invalid or unenforceable, then the remaining provisions of
this Agreement will be unimpaired and, unless a modification or replacement of
the invalid or unenforceable provision is further held to deprive you or
Freescale of a material benefit, in which case the Agreement will immediately
terminate, the invalid or unenforceable provision will be replaced with a
provision that is valid and enforceable and that comes closest to the intention
underlying the invalid or unenforceable provision.
21. NO WAIVER. The waiver by Freescale of any breach of any
provision of this Agreement will not operate or be construed as a waiver of
any other or a subsequent breach of the same or a different provision.
22. AUDIT. You will keep full, clear and accurate records with
respect to your compliance with the limited license rights granted under this
Agreement for three years following expiration or termination of this
Agreement. Freescale will have the right, either itself or through an
independent certified public accountant to examine and audit, at Freescale's
expense, not more than once a year, and during normal business hours, all such
records that may bear upon your compliance with the limited license rights
granted above. You must make prompt adjustment to compensate for any errors
and/or omissions disclosed by such examination or audit.
23. NOTICES. All notices and communications under
this Agreement will be made in writing, and will be effective when received
at the following addresses:
Freescale: Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.
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ATTN: General Counsel
You: The address provided at registration will be used.
24. RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES. The parties are
independent contractors. Nothing in this Agreement will be construed to create
any partnership, joint venture, or similar relationship. Neither party is
authorized to bind the other to any obligations with third parties.
25. SUCCESSION AND ASSIGNMENT. This Agreement will be binding
upon and inure to the benefit of the parties and their permitted successors and
assigns. Neither party may assign this Agreement, or any part of this
Agreement, without the prior written approval of the other party, which
approval will not be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
Other License Grants and Restrictions:
The Licensed Software may include some or all of the following software, which
is either 1) not Freescale proprietary software or 2) Freescale proprietary
software subject to different terms than those in the Agreement. If the
Software Content Register that accompanies the Licensed Software identifies any
of the following Third Party Software or specific components of the Freescale
Proprietary Software, the following terms apply to the extent they deviate from
the terms in the Agreement:
Third Party Software
Use of Atheros software is limited to evaluation and demonstration only.
Permitted distributions must be similarly limited. Further rights must be
obtained directly from Atheros.
Distribution of ATI software must be a part of, or embedded within, Authorized
Systems that include a ATI graphics processor core.
Your use of Broadcom Corporation software is restricted to Authorized Systems
that incorporate a compatible integrated circuit device manufactured or sold by
Coding Technologies (Dolby Labs)
Use of CTS software is limited to evaluation and demonstration only. Permitted
distributions must be similarly limited. Further rights must be obtained from
Use of Cambridge Silicon Radio, Inc. ("CSR") software is limited to evaluation
and demonstration only. Permitted distributions must be similarly limited.
Further rights must be obtained directly from CSR.
Freescale Wireless Charging Library
License to the Software is limited to use in inductive coupling or wireless
Global Locate (Broadcom Corporation)
Use of Global Locate, Inc. software is limited to evaluation and demonstration
only. Permitted distributions must be similarly limited. Further rights must
be obtained from Global Locate.
Imagination Technologies Limited (IMG)
If the Licensed Software includes proprietary software developed by IMG, your
rights are limited to a non-exclusive, world-wide right and non-transferrable
and non-sub-licensable license (i) to use and modify the Licensed Software and
documentation and (ii) to copy and distribute the Licensed Software only in
object code form solely for use on Freescale Rayleigh products. If you are
provided with the Licensed Software in source code format, you are restricted
to accessing only those deliverables in source code format which are necessary
for you to carry out either specific customization or porting work in
association with Freescale's Rayleigh products or your Authorized System.
The confidentiality restrictions shall continue in force without limit in time
notwithstanding the termination or expiration of this Agreement.
uC/OS-II and uC/OS-III is provided in source form for FREE short-term
evaluation, for educational use or for peaceful research. If you plan or
intend to use uC/OS-II or uC/OS-III in a commercial application/product then,
you need to contact Micrium to properly license uC/OS-II or uC/OS-III for its
use in your application/product. We provide ALL the source code for your
convenience and to help you experience uC/OS-II or uC/OS-III. The fact that
the source is provided does NOT mean that you can use it commercially without
paying a licensing fee.
If the Licensed Software includes software owned by Microsoft Corporation
("Microsoft"), it is subject to the terms of your license with Microsoft (the
"Microsoft Underlying Licensed Software") and as such, Freescale grants no
license to you, beyond evaluation and demonstration in connection with Freescale
processors, in the Microsoft Underlying Licensed Software. You must separately
obtain rights beyond evaluation and demonstration in connection with the
Microsoft Underlying Licensed Software from Microsoft.
Microsoft does not provide support services for the components provided to you
through this Agreement. If you have any questions or require technical
assistance, please contact Freescale. Microsoft Corporation is a third party
beneficiary to this Agreement with the right to enforce the terms of this
Agreement. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, MICROSOFT AND ITS
AFFILIATES DISCLAIM ANY WARRANTIES FOR THE MICROSOFT UNDERLYING LICENSED
SOFTWARE. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, NEITHER MICROSOFT NOR ITS
AFFILIATES WILL BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR OTHERWISE, FOR ANY
DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR ANY LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF TIME,
INCONVENIENCE, COMMERCIAL LOSS, OR LOST PROFITS, SAVINGS, OR REVENUES, ARISING
FROM THE FROM THE USE OF THE MICROSOFT UNDERLYING LICENSED SOFTWARE.
Notwithstanding the terms contained in Section 2.3 (a), if the Licensed
Software includes proprietary software of MindTree in source code format,
Licensee may make modifications and create derivative works only to the
extent necessary for debugging of the Licensed Software.
Use of MPEG LA audio or video codec technology is limited to evaluation
and demonstration only. Permitted distributions must be similarly limited.
Further rights must be obtained directly from MPEG LA.
MQX RTOS Code
MQX RTOS source code may not be re-distributed by any FSL Licensee under
any circumstance, even by a signed written amendment to this Agreement.
Use of Opus software must be consistent with the terms of the Opus license
which can be found at: http://www.opus-codec.org/license/
Real Networks - its GStreamer Optimized Real Format Client Code implementation
or OpenMax Optimized Real Format Client Code
Use of the GStreamer Optimized Real Format Client Code, or OpenMax Optimized
Real Format Client code is restricted to applications in the automotive market.
Licensee must be a final manufacturer in good standing with a current license
with Real Networks for the commercial use and distribution of products
containing the GStreamer Optimized Real Format Client Code implementation or
OpenMax Optimized Real Format Client Code
If the Licensed Software includes software developed by SanDisk Corporation
("SanDisk"), you must separately obtain the rights to reproduce and distribute
this software in source code form from SanDisk. Please follow these easy steps
to obtain the license and software:
1. Contact your local SanDisk sales representative to obtain the SanDisk
2. Sign the license agreement. Fax the signed agreement to SanDisk USA
marketing department at 408-542-0403. The license will be valid when fully
executed by SanDisk.
3. If you have specific questions, please send an email to
You may only use the SanDisk Corporation Licensed Software on products
compatible with a SanDisk Secure Digital Card. You may not use the SanDisk
Corporation Licensed Software on any memory device product. SanDisk retains
all rights to any modifications or derivative works to the SanDisk Corporation
Licensed Software that you may create.
Your use of Texas Instruments Inc. WiLink8 Licensed Software is restricted
to Freescale SoC based systems that include a compatible connectivity device
manufactured by TI.
Distribution of Vivante software must be a part of, or embedded within,
Authorized Systems that include a Vivante Graphics Processing Unit.