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ISO/IEC Certification

Developed and Delivered to International Standards
C-Byte's position as an industry leader in developing and delivering large-scale system solutions is supported by the vision of published recognition of international standards issued to C-Byte - and we can prove it.


'C' is Rated Number 1 Programming Language in the World (2016). Intended to echo the interests of the average Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) member - Source: Cass, Stephen. "The 2016 Top Programming Languages, C is No. 1 but big data is still the big winner", Feature - Computing - Software, Spectrum IEEE, 26 July 2016 · Cached - With more than 400,000 members in more than 160 countries. Source: IEEE, "IEEE Membership", Memberships and Subscriptions Catalog, Spectrum IEEE, 2017 - 45 Societies and technical Councils and ten worldwide geographic regions.


C-Byte International:
Authenticity
Further Published
The Proof
Operator Attribution
Discovery
Destinations
Mirror
Next


Authenticity²
With commercial digital certificates to certify ownership through public key infrastructure at Certum the Certificate Authority accredited - in accordance with PL WSK/ISO PN-N 19001:2006 - to Unizeto Technologies S.A. in Szczecin Poland, by the Military Academy of Technology in Warsaw Poland. C-Byte provides proof of certificates issued in partnership.

C-Byte quality is declared in conformity - as specified in EN ISO/IEC 17050-1:2004 - to operate in compliance with, essential standards, and as recommended. C-Byte seal of approval is applied for quality control - as specified in EN ISO/IEC 9001 - to authenticate letters, licenses, and papers issued by C-Byte.

With hardware, software and services tested in accordance with the EN ISO/IEC 17025 testing standards accredited to iTechLabs by the National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia (NATA). C-Byte provides proof of, competence within the framework, mutual recognition of national standards, and certificates issued. The NATA scope of accreditation, enables the iTechLabs evaluation report - as a recommendation - on mutual recognition of national standards and enables the corresponding certificates.

With hardware tested by French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA Grenoble) (CESTI-LETI) in accordance with the AIS20/AIS31 (2011/2014) methodology defined by the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), and is validated by the Deputy Director of the French National Information Security Agency (ANSSI) as a random number generator of the PTG.3 class. C-Byte provides the evaluation issued to C-Byte with the ID Quantique SA hardware installation.

With hardware tested in accordance with legal metrology - regulating measurement and ensuring its binding implementation - assessed by Swiss Federal Department of Justice and Police (FDJP), Federal Office of Metrology (METAS). C-Byte provides certificates issued to C-Byte with the ID Quantique SA hardware installation.

The C-Byte documentation below - in accordance with Vegas License International, Unizeto Technologies, the Polish Military Academy of Technology, iTechLabs, NATA, ID Quantique, Swiss FDJP/METAS procedures, tests by French CEA Grenoble/CESTI-LETI using German BSI definitions AIS20/AIS31 and stated by French ANSSI Deputy Director to be PTG.3 class - can be viewed online and are marked with the signatures and logos on the declarations, certificates, evaluations, reports and annex.

With assessments in compliance within the following jurisdictions (ISO/IEC 3166-1 Country Code Alpha-3/Alpha-2): Australia (AUS/AU), Isle of Man (IMN/IM), Italy (ITA/IT), Spain (ESP/ES), Malta (MLT/MT), United Kingdom (GBR/GB), Alderny in the Bailiwick of Guernsey (GGY/GG), Denmark (DNK/DK), and Portugal (PRT/PT).

Authenticity executed with formalies below from: Las Vegas (USA, 2014 2016), Scotland (UK, 2012 2014 2016), Paris (France, 2014), Bonn (Germany, 2011), Sydney (Australia, 2011), Rhodes (Australia, 2012), Geneva (Switzerland, 2011 2012 2015), Bern-Wabern (Switzerland, 2010), Szczecin (Poland, 2009 2012) & Warsaw (Poland, 2009 2012).

Declarations, Certificates, Recommendations, Evaluation, Report and Annex issued by:

Dr. Inz. Andrzej Świderski, Dr. Inz. Engineer, Warsaw, Masovian District, Poland
Military Academy of Technology 2009 2012
Mr. Trevor Biscope, Mr. Martin Jarvis
C-BYTE 2014 2016
Mr. Ian Manning, Mr. Kiren Sreekumar
NATA 2011, iTechLabs 2012
Dr. Gregoire Ribordy, PhD Physics, Geneva Switzerland
IDQuantique SA 2011 2012 2015
Rear-admiral Dominique Riban, Engineer Ecole Navale, SupTelecom Paris Tech, Paris France
CEA CESTI-LETI, BSI AIS20/AIS31 2011/2014, ANSSI 2014 PTG.3
Dr. Damian Twerenbold, Dr. Sc. Nat. Physics, ETH Zurich Switzerland
FDJP/METAS 2010
Dr. Philippe Richard, Dr. Sc. (Ph.D.) Physicist, M.B.A., Swiss Lausanne
FDJP/METAS 2010
 
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Further Published
Unizeto Certificate (.pdf) (865K)
Unizeto Gold Seal (.pdf) (160K)
Self-Declaration Regarding Conformity (.pdf) (241K)
Self-Declaration Regarding Approval (.pdf) (210K)
iTechLabs Certificate (.pdf) (204K)
iTechLabs Report (.pdf) (322K)
NATA Accredidation (.pdf) (497K)
ID Quantique SA - True Quantum Randomness Certificiate (.pdf) (776K)
ID Quantique SA - True Quantum Randomness Certificiate (.pdf) (899K)
ID Quantique SA - True Quantum Randomness Certificiate (.pdf) (571K)
Swiss METAS (.pdf) (151K)
Annex to METAS (.pdf) (1.1M)
ANSSI - Evaluation for PTG.3 Class (.pdf) (327K)

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The Proof
C-Byte's business solutions, enterprise computing infrastructure, and key alliances are the components - and we can prove it. The Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC) results for On-Line Transaction Processing (OLTP) and Decision Support (DSS) environments demonstrate the substantial price/performance gains of our next-generation systems.³ The TPC benchmarks in OLTP and DSS are centered around principle activities (transactions) of specific environments, written in C. The OLTP results prove C-Byte's scalability and performance in large scale database implementations.

Transaction Processing Performance Council - TPC
Benchmark Solutions for Accurate Sizing of Information Systems - OLTP & DSS

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Operator Attribution
Attribution is For Everyone
Even if your not an operator, the revision history from change management that falls under the scope of the recognition above, is indiciated to the public by use of the Operator's Attribution.

Attribution for Operators
The Operator Agreement sets forth how the revision history should be attributed to by operators. Operators are required to place the following legend conspicuously on each piece of sublicensed/authorized installation, and at least one in the area of the title page of any documentation or sales literature accompanying each authorized hardware, software or service:

C-Byte Quality is Proven in Conformity with ISO/IEC Standards - Source: "EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Random Number Generator Certified 2012, Game Certified 2012 by iTechLabs AUS, IMN, ITA, ESP, MLT, GBR, GGY, DNK, PRT is NATA (2007) ACRED 15690, IDQ TQR, METAS (2010) Nr.151-04687, CEA CESTI-LETI, BSI AIS20/AIS31 (2011/2014), ANSSI (2014) PTG.3" - C-Byte provides thoroughly tested hardware, software, and services for multinational operations since 1989.

Space Limitations
C-Byte understands that space limitations can make including these attributions difficult. When made necessary by space limitations, any reasonable facsmile of these attributions may be used. In case of doubt as to the proper shortened form, examples may be submitted for approval.

iTechLabs - Certificate & Logo
iTechLabs Whereever you see the iTechLabs logo on a web site, feel free to click on the logo to check the logo is authentic. Clicking on the logo should display the iTechLabs certificate. The certificate should have a hotlink labelled 'Original' that links it back to the original certificate on the websites www.itechlabs.com.au or www.itechlabsglobal.com Please check the URL of the 'Original' certicate to make sure that it is comming from iTechLabs website.

If you see any sites misusing the iTechLabs logo, please e-mail: missing_link@itechlabs.com.au

Vegas License International - Letters, Licenses, Papers & Seal of Approval
Vegas License International Whereever you see the Vegas License International Seal of Approval on web sites, feel free to click on the logo to check the logo is authentic. Clicking on the logo should display the Vegas License International letters, licenses, and papers issued by C-Byte. The letters, licenses or papers should have a hotlink labelled 'Original' that links it back to the original letter, license or paper on the website investor.vegas.management, www.c-byte.us.com or www.c-byte.co Please check the URL of the 'Original' letter, license or paper to make sure that it is comming from C-Bytes website.

If you see any sites misusing the Vegas License International seal of approval, please e-mail: missing_link@c-byte.us.com

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Discovery
Nobel Prize laureate receives quantum gold
ID Quantique SA, December 9, 2014— Professor Serge Haroche of the College de France received the 2012 Nobel Prize for Physics, jointly with David Wineland, for his research on measurement and manipulation of individual quantum systems.
Twitter - Carouge, Geneva, Switzerland
 
The 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics - Particle Control in a Quantum World
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, October 9, 2012—The Nobel Prize in Physics 2012 was awarded jointly to Serge Haroche and David J. Wineland "for ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems."
Facebook - Stockholm, Sweden · Twitter - Stockholm, Sweden
 
CommonSign Warsaw 2012
The Institute of Mathematical Machines & Medien Service, October 17, 2012—Last year's National Interoperability Test of Electronic Signature enjoyed such popularity that another edition of its edition (under a slightly modified name) will take place. The CommonSign Warsaw 2012 - Electronic Signature Interoperability Summit will take place from 25-26 October. at the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw.
Twitter - Rzeszów, Poland · Twitter - Rzeszów, Poland
 
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Destinations
Trademark Licensing Application - Vegas™
ISO Certification - Corporate - Management - Vegas™
iTech Labs - Trusted and Experienced Test Labs for Online Gaming
National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia
ID Quantique, the home of Quantum-Safe Crypto
French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission CEA
German Federal Office for Information Security / Bundesamt fur Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik BSI
Bundesamt fur Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik BSI - Evaluation of random number generators Version 1.0
French National Agency for Security of Information Systems ANSSI
Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology METAS
Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize
International Organization for Standardization - ISO
Certum - Certificate Authority
Unizeto Technologies S.A.
Official Website of the Military Academy of Technology
Asseco Group
Institute of Mathematical Machines Information Technologies
Common Sign Warsaw
Medien Service

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Mirror
Files provided below, when Dr. George Marsaglia's public files are not available, at Florida State University; when AIS20/AIS30 public evaluation documents are not available, at German Federal Office for Information Security / Bundesamt fur Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik BSI.

The Marsaglia Random Number Files, including the Diehard Battery of Tests
German Federal Office for Information Security / Bundesamt fur Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik BSI - Evaluation of random number generators Version 1.0

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Next Steps
Once the demonstration system has been successfully presented to the executive team, the next step is to develop a production system. C-Byte's assessment and implementation provide a proven approach for delivering that is specifically tuned to business needs and objectives.

By taking advantage of our proof, you'll not only benefit but also minimize the risk associated with implementation of a full system.

Call us about developing proof for your company.


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'C' is Rated Number 1 Programming Language in the World (2016). Intended to echo the interests of the average Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) member - Source: Cass, Stephen. "The 2016 Top Programming Languages, C is No. 1 but big data is still the big winner", Feature - Computing - Software, Spectrum IEEE, 26 July 2016 · Cached - With more than 400,000 members in more than 160 countries. Source: IEEE, "IEEE Membership", Memberships and Subscriptions Catalog, Spectrum IEEE, 2017 - 45 Societies and technical Councils and ten worldwide geographic regions.


¹ Image provided by The Nobel Foundation, to illustrate this article, strictly for editorial use - Source: Nobel Media, "Newsroom - Alfred Nobel 1885", The Nobel Foundation, Alfred Nobel Memorial Foundation. - the permission does not include the right to sublicense use of the photograph. This permission is free of charge.

² C-Byte Quality is Proven in Conformity with ISO/IEC Standards - Source: "ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Random Number Generator Certified 2012, Game Certified 2012 by iTechLabs AUS, IMN, ITA, ESP, MLT, GBR, GGY, DNK, PRT is NATA (2007) ACRED 15690, IDQ TQR, METAS (2010) Nr.151-04687, CEA CESTI-LETI, BSI AIS20/AIS31 (2011/2014), ANSSI (2014) PTG.3" - C-Byte provides thoroughly tested hardware, software, and services for multinational operations since 1989.

³ With the first benchmark published in November 1989, and the first results announced in July 1990, the TPC established a non-profit corporation focused on developing data-centric benchmark standards and disseminating objective, verifiable performance data to the industry. Active TPC Benchmarks simulate a complete computing environment where a population of users executes transactions against a database. The benchmarks are centered around principal activies (transactions) of specific environments. Although the underlying business model of TPC Benchmarks is centered around principal activies, the database schema, data population, transactions, and implementation rules have been designed to be broadly representative of modern OLTP and DSS. The TPC Policies state that "The purpose of the benchmark audit is to verify compliance with the spirit and the letter of the benchmark specifications." Auditors are certified by the TPC to audit each of its currently active standard benchmarks.




Information in these documents is subject to change without notice. C-Byte may not offer the products, features, or services discussed in this publication in other countries. Consult your local C-Byte Business Contact for information on products or services available in your area.

All other products or company names mentioned are used for identification purposes only, and may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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