IBM announced its latest version of IBM SystemValidation on Wednesday, but it’s not the first time the software has been used.
In fact, IBM has used it to verify over a hundred different products since its inception in 1999.
IBM SystemValidator can validate over 200 different systems.
The software, IBM says, has helped IBM customers make over $500 million in revenue.
Here’s what it does.
IBM says SystemValidate is designed to help companies quickly and accurately validate products on a wide range of devices and systems.
IBM explains that SystemValidates “provides an industry-leading and proven method to rapidly validate, validate, and audit a wide variety of products, including the most complex and complex systems.”
IBM’s SystemValify is a free online service, so it’s easy to use and can be used for both hardware and software validation.
The process of using SystemValifier can be done in just a few minutes.
IBM recommends using SystemValidators for a few days for a wide-ranging range of tests, and then continuing to use it for longer periods.
IBM’s system validation software uses the IBM Vision™ technology, which IBM says allows it to “analyze the visual and auditory content of objects, images, and sounds, and detect errors in the accuracy of the data and/or sound.”
The software can then determine if an object is “good enough” to be sold.
For example, the software can “identify if an item has a high probability of being sold as a ‘must buy’ or ‘must avoid’ item,” IBM said in a statement.
The IBM Vision technology is a type of artificial intelligence.
IBM has partnered with VisionWorks, a company that works on vision and machine learning.
The company says SystemValidation is compatible with Vision Works’s proprietary software suite, which it says allows the software to “use the full power of VisionWorks’s vision-based machine learning engine to quickly validate objects.”
The VisionWorks software is based on Vision Systems’ deep learning technology, and the software “automatically identifies the correct properties for objects and objects types,” according to the company.
SystemValidators can be customized to work with other systems, too.
“The system validation features allow us to easily customize the validation method,” IBM wrote.
“For example, we can use our system validation to validate a particular type of computer keyboard, or to validate an audio device such as headphones.”
If you want to verify that a certain item is actually “good” for your business, SystemValids system can do that.
“SystemValidate can validate objects in a variety of scenarios, including inventory, inventory management, sales and logistics, manufacturing, finance, accounting, and many more,” IBM says.
If you’re looking to verify your own systems, you can do so as well.
IBM writes that “the software can be utilized to validate all types of systems including hardware, software, and even systems that are not directly part of a business process.”
SystemValidated items can be purchased through IBM’s online store or through a hardware retailer.
The system will also work with any software, like Adobe Audition, that you use to test your software.
IBM is currently offering SystemValValidators in a few different forms: the Standard version for businesses; the Business Edition for businesses that are larger than 500 employees; and the Enterprise Edition for large businesses with more than 500 workers.
It’s also available on an iOS app.
The standard version of SystemValuel can be downloaded for free.
IBM also recently released a set of apps for the Apple Watch.
IBM said it will start shipping those apps “later this month.”
The company also said that its own apps for iOS will begin shipping in early 2019.
The apps can be pre-ordered now.