RISC Analysis Downloads Page
In 'demo mode', the standard activation period is two weeks, but can be extended on request.
This file should be saved to a folder your computer.
To save the file, Right Click the above link and select 'download' or 'save'.
Configuring MSIE (pdf)
(tips for cache & proxy settings)
Fee Calculators (xls spreadsheets):
Diagnostics Tool (Reqs Full RISC Install)
|M1||Base Registration (0 License Activations)||2,000.00|
|E1||Loyalty Credit (Current Clients)||(750.00)|
|L1||Dedicated User License||500.00|
|L3||3-Pack Group User License||750.00|
|A1||Additional Group User||200.00|
|Qty L1/L3||Discount %||Resulting M1 Fee|
See below for definitions and fee calculators
Depending upon the number of L1 or L3 Licenses,
the M1 Base Registration Fee will be discounted.
(M1 Discounts are applied after any Loyalty credit)
|Calc #1||Allows entering user names and assigning as 'Dedicated' or 'Group'.|
|Calc #2||Allows entering quantities/type of user only.|
The M1 Registration fee is the base annual service fee without any license activations.|
The M1 fee is per client organization
|L1||Dedicated User||Dedicated users are normal software users. They can not be 'de-activated' by other users.|
|L3||3-Pack Group User||
The L3 3-Pack Group License includes up to three users in a 'Group'.|
Only one member of the group may be the 'active' member.
A user in the Group will 'de-activate' other members when starting RISC Analysis.
A persistent internet connection is required for Group users.
There is no limit to the number of Groups per client, and no limit to the number of users in a Group.
|A1||Additional Group User||If more than 3 users are required in a group, additional group users may be ordered via the A1 Additional User.|
About RISC Analysis
Windgate Software LLC
8513 Parkfield Drive,
Austin TX 78758 USA
Tel: (USA) 512-474-6161
RS/6000, pSeries & AIX are registered trademarks of IBM Corporation.
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While every effort has been made to resolve errors, Windgate Software LLC accepts no responsibility for any inaccuracies, nor any claims of loss resulting from use of RISC Analysis.
Use of RISC Analysis constitutes acceptance of the above.
A brief overview of RISC Analysis
The majority of MT, MD and FC descriptions are based upon our own study of these systems,
and as such, do not contain many of the errors which seem to be more and more common with IBM's
The same is true of our PN and FRU data. The vast majority of PNs and FRUs contained in RISC Analysis have never been published by IBM. (Were it not for some of our more over-zealous and less value aware clients, most of them would not exist on the web either).
Since 1994, RISC Analysis has been distributed as a desktop software program for installation to Windows based computers.
Between 1997 and 2006, RISC Analysis was also available on-line. In fact, we were among the first thousand or so fully fledged user interactive databases to be on-line back then.
11 Years later, we are back on the web with RISC Analysis, and as before, we are using innovative techniques to deliver content. The new On-Line version is RISC Analysis DataBox.
What is DataBox?
Future of the Desktop Version