ICTK has developed a quantum security chip with “Physically Unclonable Functions”, introducing thus a unique “Q-PUF” security solution to the market, paired with IDQ’s Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) chip.
In recent news, the group of Hugues de Riedmatten at ICFO Barcelona have been using a set of ID281 superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors in their research efforts, and we present some of our latest quantum sensing products which are displayed on our brand new products page.
Randomness, and the generation of random numbers, plays more of a critical role in everyday life than most people might think. Random numbers are the building blocks of secure communications and are the foundations on which public key encryption and the security of the internet are built.
In this month's newsletter, we delve into a recent report published by Alibaba showing how QRNGs with intrinsic unpredictability can be used to greatly enhance the security of cryptosystems. And we explain how random numbers play more of a critical role in everyday life than you may think.
In recent news, researchers at the ICFO Institute of Photonic Sciences have successfully laid the groundwork for a future broadband quantum repeater. And preparations for the launch of the Ariane 6 rocket also reached a key milestone.
In a practical timeframe, Samuele Grandi, Dario Lago-Rivera and Jelena V. Rakonjac of ICFO demonstrated successful entanglement of remote quantum memories and, for the first time, entanglement between a telecom-wavelength photon and an on-demand multimode quantum memory, laying the groundwork for a...
In this on demand webinar, Félix Bussières, Ph.D., of ID Quantique explores the technology of superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors, as well as the key scientific applications and emerging technologies they enable, and the benefits therein.