Singtel today announced that it will be developing Singapore’s first National Quantum-Safe Network Plus (NQSN+), for enterprises, in partnership with global industry leader, ID Quantique (IDQ). The telco was appointed by the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to develop the network as...
SK Telecom continues to lead the way in quantum technologies, offering a subscription-based Quantum Safe-as-a-Service proposition to its customers. The new service removes the burden from enterprises to deploy, upgrade, and maintain Quantum-Secure network infrastructure.
At the end of October, the regional Government of Québec and the national Government of Canada announced over $10 Million is being invested in the first Quantum Communication Test Bed available in Canada.
Researchers from the University of York have successfully demonstrated the feasibility of a 224 km submarine telecom fiber between the UK and Ireland for quantum communications. The researchers characterized the relative phase drift between two paired fibers in the channel, the impact of...
In an article published in Forbes this month, IDQ CEO Gregoire Ribordy explains why it’s time to implement a quantum-safe network. As the quantum technologies ecosystem continues to expand rapidly, advances in QKD and PQC make a compelling case for cybersecurity professionals to act today to...
In work recently published in Nature Communications, researchers from Sorbonne Université, the University of Vienna, California Institute of Technology and Université de Paris have, for the first time, experimentally demonstrated quantum weak coin flipping – a cryptographic primitive which...
PacketLight, a leading provider of DWDM and OTN equipment and ID Quantique (IDQ), worldwide leader in Quantum-Safe security solutions, today announced joint solutions that will offer Quantum-Safe security to customers who transfer sensitive data and require ultra-secure encryption over their...
As a founding member of the ETSI Industry Specification Group for QKD, ID Quantique (IDQ) has been supporting the community effort to standardize QKD systems for more than 10 years. A crucial standard for QKD security evaluation is about to be finalized: a so-called Protection Profile with mandatory...
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