Recently, IBM announced that it is suing start-up company Winsopia for acting as a front by LzLabs to obtain intellectual property on its mainframes and software. What challenges do ageing systems present, why is IBM fighting these two companies, and are we seeing history repeat itself just like the reverse engineering of the IBM BIOS?
The speed at which technology develops is truly mind-boggling; smartphones only really came out in full force a decade ago, floppy disks were mainstream 20 years ago, and hard drive spaces have gone from megabytes to terabytes in 30 years. Mainstream computers developed for office applications in the early 2000s pale compared to those produced today, and even the abilities of the most basic microprocessors would run circles around those made a decade ago.
And yet, there are systems well over 30 years old still being used today and are commonly found in applications such as financial institutions, military equipment, and government infrastructure. The reason for using old hardware usually comes from the difficulty of replacing critical infrastructure with something equally reliable.
For example, a mainframe being used by a financial institution could be processing millions of transactions every second and has likely to have been doing this for well over a decade. This level of reliability is rarely guaranteed in newer technology due to its young age, which is why mission-critical applications use old hardware; it's tried and tested. In fact, this dependence on older hardware has created a lucrative industry that collects and refurbishes old hardware no longer manufactured, such as floppy disk drives, old processors, and motherboards.
The same applies to military equipment. While many would assume that the latest fighter jets use state-of-the-art technology, the truth is that their hardware is typically based on systems well over 20 years old. The most essential feature in any military application is reliability, making it hard to integrate new technologies (except for advanced weaponry and experimental defensive systems).
In March, IBM announced that it was launching a lawsuit against Switzerland start-up LzLabs over IP infringement of its software-defined mainframes. Now, IBM has announced that it is also turning its attention to a small UK start-up, Winsopia, for acting as a front for LzLabs.
To understand why IBM is suing, we first need to understand the background behind this case. Mainframe systems are slowly becoming obsolete (being replaced by datacenters), but their use in key financial institutions makes them a critical piece of hardware that is not so easily replaced, and this sees IBM generating revenue from manufacturing mainframes as well as their leasing and associated software.
But as IBM are one of the few suppliers of such equipment (likely to be the only supplier), this gives IBM an effective monopoly over IBM mainframe systems. Recognising that some customers may want to use alternative platforms to develop and test new software, LzLabs was formed that focuses on software-defined mainframes. Simply put, they create virtual mainframes that can work on standard off-the-shelf systems, including servers and data centres.
In retaliation to their services, IBM accused LzLabs of reverse engineering their equipment and software and violating their intellectual property rights. Specifically, because LzLabs have a software system that can translate IBM mainframe instructions to x86, they must infringe at least two patents.
However, after an investigation of those working at LzLabs, IBM has now turned its attention to a small British start-up, Winsopia. According to IBM, Winsopia is a shell company whose sole purpose is to act as a front for LzLabs and gain access to IBM equipment and software. Once formed, it approached IBM as a customer asking to lease a mainframe and software and then used this access to reverse engineer IBM products to help create software-defined mainframes offered by LzLabs.
These suspicions are primarily fuelled by the fact that both LzLabs and Winsopia both shared two identical directors. Despite these individuals being named in the lawsuits, a judge in the case stated that it is the companies who are facing legal action and not the individuals (one of the major benefits of a limited company).
This case is extremely similar to those back in the 1980s, whereby numerous computer companies worldwide wanted to create IBM-compatible clones, and IBM did everything in its power to prevent the sale of such machines. Interestingly, an IBM PC in itself has little originality; the CPU is off-the-shelf, the motherboard just connects key system components together, and no custom silicon is found anywhere. However, the magic behind an IBM PC was the BIOS that provided software with an API to interface with hardware.
As operating systems back in the day depended on the BIOS functionality, a computer company that could legally create an IBM BIOS clone could sell their machines alongside IBM computers. But trying to reverse engineer the IBM BIOS is challenging as anyone who observed the code held in the BIOS ROM would immediately be disqualified from writing a new BIOS. As such, BIOS clones had to be made in legal clean rooms whereby those inside the clean room are never exposed to the BIOS source code; all they can have access to is the list of API functions from a user's perspective.
This situation between IBM and LzLab is very similar for several reasons. Firstly, LzLabs is trying to create its own version of an IBM mainframe that can run in the cloud and remove the need for a physical IBM machine or virtual machine. To do this legally, LzLabs must not have access to software resources provided by IBM, nor can it break into an IBM mainframe and attempt to reverse engineer the equipment.
Secondly, IBM is accusing LzLabs of having used a shell company to obtain access to key materials. While companies back in the 1980s would claim to have never looked at the IBM source code, it is highly likely that they did. LzLabs could argue that their software was written independently of IBM IP and that any similarities are a coincidence, but this could be hard to prove if IP was indeed breached to implement key features such as IBM mainframe to x86 translation.
Thirdly, LzLabs being able to create an IBM-compatible mainframe presents similar opportunities found back in the 1980s. Offering a discount IBM mainframe that can run on datacenters presents numerous advantages to customers, especially those looking to move away from an IBM mainframe. It also allows designers to move entirely away from physical hardware and onto a data centre, allowing the same software to continue operating while still maintaining the same relatability as before.
It is hard to see where this lawsuit will go, but it is exciting nonetheless. Did LzLabs really set up a shell company to steal IBM IP? Is IBM thinking about competition from LzLabs?
The IBM PC spawned the basic architecture that grew into the dominant Wintel platform we know today. Once heavy, cumbersome and power thirsty, it’s a machine that you can now emulate on a single board with a cheap commodity microcontroller. That’s thanks to work from [Fabrizio Di Vittorio], who has shared a how-to on Youtube.
The full playlist is quite something to watch, showing off a huge number of old-school PC applications and games running on the platform. There’s QBASIC, FreeDOS, Windows 3.0, and yes, of course, Flight Simulator. The latter game was actually considered somewhat of a de facto standard for PC compatibility in the 1980s, so the fact that the ESP32 can run it with [Fabrizio’s] code suggests he’s done well.
It’s amazingly complete, with the ESP32 handling everything from audio and video to sound output and keyboard and mouse inputs. It’s a testament to the capability of modern microcontrollers that this is such a simple feat in 2021.
We’ve seen the ESP32 emulate 8-bit gaming systems before, too. If you remember [Fabrizio’s] name, it’s probably from his excellent FabGL library. Videos after the break.
IBM’s pen testing group X-Force Red released a new source-code management (SCM) attack simulation toolkit Tuesday, with new research revealing ways to use native SCM functionality in attacks.
Brett Hawkins of X-Force Red will present the research at Black Hat later in the week.
Source-code management tools like GitHub are more than just a home to intellectual property. They are a way to install code en masse on every system that code reaches. Two of the most devastating attacks in history - NotPetya and Solarwinds - came out of malicious code inserted into updates, then uploaded to clients. Sloppy SCM users sometimes leave API keys and passwords exposed in code, giving SCM dorks access to other systems; from there, SCM may be connected to other DevOps servers and become a pivot point.
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“There's not really any research out there on attacking and defending these systems,” Hawkins told SC Media.
At present, most attacks on SCM are by bad actors searching for interesting exposed files, repositories and content. But Hawkins developed more sophisticated attacks leading to privilege escalation, stealth and persistence to use in pen tests.
That might mean using administrator access to create or duplicate tokens used to access the SCM. Alternatively, on GitHub, that might mean clicking a single button to impersonate users.
Hawkins jammed his research and reconnaissance tools into SCMKit, the toolkit released Tuesday.
“There's nothing out there that exists like SCM-Kit right now. It allows you to do a bunch of different attack scenarios including reconnaissance, privilege escalation, and persistence against GitHub Enterprise, GitLab enterprise and Bitbucket,” said Hawkins. “I’m hoping to get some good feedback from the infosec community.”
IBM today announced a new strategy for the implementation of several “error mitigation” techniques designed to bring about the era of fault-tolerant quantum computers.
Up front: Anyone still clinging to the notion that quantum circuits are too noisy for useful computing is about to be disillusioned.
A decade ago, the idea of a working quantum computing system seemed far-fetched to most of us. Today, researchers around the world connect to IBM’s cloud-based quantum systems with such frequency that, according to IBM’s director of quantum infrastructure, some three billion quantum circuits are completed every day.
IBM and other companies are already using quantum technology to do things that either couldn’t be done by classical binary computers or would take too much time or energy. But there’s still a lot of work to be done.
The dream is to create a useful, fault-tolerant quantum computer capable of demonstrating clear quantum advantage — the point where quantum processors are capable of doing things that classical ones simply cannot.
Background: Here at Neural, we identified quantum computing as the most important technology of 2022 and that’s unlikely to change as we continue the perennial march forward.
The short and long of it is that quantum computing promises to do away with our current computational limits. Rather than replacing the CPU or GPU, it’ll add the QPU (quantum processing unit) to our tool belt.
What this means is up to the individual use case. Most of us don’t need quantum computers because our day-to-day problems aren’t that difficult.
But, for industries such as banking, energy, and security, the existence of new technologies capable of solving problems more complex than today’s technology can represents a paradigm shift the likes of which we may not have seen since the advent of steam power.
If you can imagine a magical machine capable of increasing efficiency across numerous high-impact domains — it could save time, money, and energy at scales that could ultimately affect every human on Earth — then you can understand why IBM and others are so desparate on building QPUs that demonstrate quantum advantage.
The problem: Building pieces of hardware capable of manipulating quantum mechanics as a method by which to perform a computation is, as you can imagine, very hard.
IBM’s spent the past decade or so figuring out how to solve the foundational problems plaguing the field — to include the basic infrastructure, cooling, and power source requirements necessary just to get started in the labs.
Today, IBM’s quantum roadmap shows just how far the industry has come:
But to get where it’s going, we need to solve one of the few remaining foundational problems related to the development of useful quantum processors: they’re noisy as heck.
The solution: Noisy qubits are the quantum computer engineer’s current bane. Essentially, the more processing power you try to squeeze out of a quantum computer the noisier its qubits get (qubits are essentially the computer bits of quantum computing).
Until now, the bulk of the work in squelching this noise has involved scaling qubits so that the signal the scientists are trying to read is strong enough to squeeze through.
In the experimental phases, solving noisy qubits was largely a game of Wack-a-mole. As scientists came up with new techniques — many of which were pioneered in IBM laboratories — they pipelined them to researchers for novel application.
But, these days, the field has advanced quite a bit. The art of error mitigation has evolved from targeted one-off solutions to a full suite of techniques.
Current quantum hardware is subject to different sources of noise, the most well-known being qubit decoherence, individual gate errors, and measurement errors. These errors limit the depth of the quantum circuit that we can implement. However, even for shallow circuits, noise can lead to faulty estimates. Fortunately, quantum error mitigation provides a collection of tools and methods that allow us to evaluate accurate expectation values from noisy, shallow depth quantum circuits, even before the introduction of fault tolerance.
In accurate years, we developed and implemented two general-purpose error mitigation methods, called zero noise extrapolation (ZNE) and probabilistic error cancellation (PEC).
Both techniques involve extremely complex applications of quantum mechanics, but they basically boil down to finding ways to eliminate or squelch the noise coming off quantum systems and/or to amplify the signal that scientists are trying to measure for quantum computations and other processes.
Neural’s take: We spoke to IBM’s director of quantum infrastructure, Jerry Chow, who seemed pretty excited about the new paradigm.
He explained that the techniques being touted in the new press release were already in production. IBM’s already demonstrated massive improvements in their ability to scale solutions, repeat cutting-edge results, and speed up classical processes using quantum hardware.
The bottom line is that quantum computers are here, and they work. Currently, it’s a bit hit or miss whether they can solve a specific problem better than classical systems, but the last remaining hard obstacle is fault-tolerance.
IBM’s new “error mitigation” strategy signals a change from the discovery phase of fault-tolerance solutions to implementation.
We tip our hats to the IBM quantum research team. Learn more here at IBM’s official blog.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Persefoni and IBM Japan have established a business and service provision agreement to accelerate efforts to achieve Net-Zero Emissions
TOKYO, Aug. 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (“SMBC”, President and CEO: Makoto Takashima), Persefoni AI, Inc. (“Persefoni”, CEO: Kentaro Kawamori), and IBM Japan, Ltd. (“IBM Japan”, GM and President: Akio Yamaguchi, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan) announced today that they have entered into a strategic collaboration that will provide Persefoni’s leading Climate Management and Accounting Platform, IBM Japan’s deep systems integration experience, and SMBC’s unprecedented leadership position to high profile companies throughout Japan. This collaboration enables customers to analyze and support their global carbon footprint management. In addition to this collaboration, SMBC is also announcing that it is the first multinational financial institution in Japan to sign a multi-year contract with Persefoni to use the Persefoni CMAP for SMBC’s own operations.
The Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Information Disclosure (TCFD), which provides the international climate change disclosure framework, represents guidelines which requires for companies to disclose their action plan towards decarbonization. Since April, some Tokyo Stock Exchange listed companies have been required to disclose information substantially in line with the TCFD. On the other hand, the TCFD requires the calculation of direct GHG emissions from the combustion of fuel by the business itself as defined in Scope 1, indirect emissions from the use of energy supplied by other companies as defined in Scope 2 and the fifteen upstream and downstream supply chain categories defined as Scope 3 requires a large amount of data collection, sophisticated calculations and formulas. For this reason, there is a growing need for a digitally enabled service to meet regulatory and investor compliance requirements.
2. Strengths in service offerings
Persefoni provides a Climate Management and Accounting Platform (CMAP) which incorporates emission factors globally available and specific to each region and can calculate Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions in accordance with the GHG Protocol and the Partnership for Carbon Accounting and Financials (PCAF). The CMAP has strengths in the calculation, especially for Category 11 (emissions from the use of sold products and services) and Category 15 (emissions from operation of investments and loans) of Scope 3. The CMAP also includes the Climate Trajectory Modeling module that provides SBT-compliant target-setting management and helps customers create digital models to assist in calculating net-zero plans. Through the agreement, the CMAP will be delivered to the Japanese marketplace with speed, where the demand for an automated carbon accounting solution is rapidly increasing.
IBM provides a tool, developed by data scientists through application of the IBM Garage methodology, to support the automatization of the data input process into Persefoni and the emission calculation output and reporting processes. This tool is developed on an integrated one-stop data application infrastructure that supports the large amount of data gathering and processing required for emissions calculation, which usually require a large amount of resources from the companies.
Since the spring of 2022, SMBC and IBM Japan have been providing climate change risk and opportunity analysis services to support corporate climate change disclosure while collaborating with The Climate Service, Inc. Through the strategic collaboration with Persefoni, SMBC and IBM Japan will be able to deliver a comprehensive decarbonization solution which includes from carbon footprint management to climate change risk and opportunity analysis for customers
3. Introduction of Persefoni platform in SMBC
Critical to SMBC’s selection of Persefoni’s CMAP, the Persefoni platform enables the emission management in Japan domestically as well as globally. SMBC is confident that the Persefoni platform is the best software to tackle the challenges about emission management, such as significantly complicated calculation, various emission factors, and comprehensive emission control on a global basis that multinational companies like SMBC are facing. SMBC’s “SMBC Group GREEN Innovator” program will facilitate to support customers in resolving management issues related to various sustainability initiatives and SMBC will continue to contribute to the realization of sustainability in order to realize a decarbonized society.
Persefoni’s Climate Management & Accounting Platform (CMAP) provides businesses, financial institutions, and governmental agencies the software fabric for managing their organization’s climate related data and performance with the same level of confidence as their financial reporting systems. The company’s software solutions enable users to calculate their carbon footprint, perform climate trajectory modeling aligned to temperature rise scenarios set forth by the Paris agreement, and benchmark their impact by region, sector, or peer groups.
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SMBC Group, including SMBC, is committed to achieving net-zero GHG by SMBC Group’s own GHG emissions by 2030, also entire investment and loan portfolio by 2050, SMBC has strengths in one of the largest operating bases in Japan, speed of strategy implementation, and the ability to provide financial services through a leading group company. Using those strengths, we diligently support our customer’s challenges towards decarbonization.
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Jul 29, 2022 (Market Insight Reports) -- Global Cloud Integration Market Research Report 2022 to 2028 provides a unique tool for evaluating the market, highlighting opportunities, and supporting strategic and tactical decision-making. This report recognizes that in this rapidly evolving and competitive environment, up-to-date marketing information is essential to monitor performance and make critical decisions for growth and profitability. AWS, Microsoft, IBM, Google, Salesforce, MuleSoft Industries is the company profiled in this report.
The Cloud Integration Market Is Expected to Reach Rise at A CAGR Of 9% During the forecast period.It also shows the importance of the Cloud Integration Market main players in the sector, including their business overviews, financial summaries, and SWOT assessments.
The report provides a basic overview of the Cloud Integration market including definitions, classifications, applications and market chain structure. And development policies and plans are discussed as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures.
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AWS, Microsoft, IBM, Google, Salesforce, MuleSoft, NEC, SAP, Dell Boomi, Informatica, SnapLogic, Actian, Infor, Fujitsu.
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This report segments the Global Cloud Integration market on the basis of types:
IPASS, Big Data Integration Platform, Cloud Migration, E-Commerce Data Integration, Enterprise Service Bus, Extract Load & Transfer, Stream Analytics.
On the Basis of Application (BOA) the Global Cloud Integration market is segmented into:
Enterprise Risk Management, Customer Relation Management, Database Management System.
Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (million USD), and market share and growth rate of High-Frequency Spindle in these regions, from 2017 to 2028 (forecast), covering North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India.
This independent report guarantees you will remain better informed than your competition. With over 150 tables and figures examining the Cloud Integration market, the report gives you a visual, one-stop breakdown of the leading products, submarkets, and market leader's market revenue forecasts as well as analysis to 2028.
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Further, in the Cloud Integration Market research reports, the following points are included along with the in-depth study of each point: -
Production Analysis - Production of the Cloud Integration is analyzed with respect to different regions, types, and applications. Here, price analysis of various Cloud Integration Market key players is also covered.
Sales and Revenue Analysis - Both, sales and revenue are studied for the different regions of the Cloud Integration Market. Another major aspect, price, which plays an important part in revenue generation, is also assessed in this section for the various regions.
Supply and Consumption - In continuation with sales, this section studies supply, and consumption for the Cloud Integration Market. This part also sheds light on the gap between supply and consumption. Import and export figures are also given in this part.
Competitors - In this section, various Cloud Integration-leading players are studied with respect to their company profile, product portfolio, capacity, price, cost, and revenue.
Other analyses - Apart from the aforementioned information, trade and distribution analysis for the Cloud Integration Market, the contact information of major manufacturers, suppliers, and key consumers are also given. Also, SWOT analysis for new projects and feasibility analysis for new investment are included.
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Here are 15 Chapters to deeply display the global Cloud Integration market:
Chapter 1: To describe Cloud Integration Introduction, product scope, market overview, market opportunities, market risk, market driving force.
Chapter 2: To analyze the top manufacturers of Cloud Integration, with sales, revenue, and price of Cloud Integration, in 2018 and 2022.
Chapter 3: To display the competitive situation among the top manufacturers, with sales, revenue, and market share in 2017 and 2022.
Chapter 4: To show the global market by region, with sales, revenue, and market share of Cloud Integration, for each region, from 2017 to 2022.
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