ID Quantique, SK Telecom and Nokia announce they have successfully achieved interworking between IDQ’s Quantum Key Distribution System (QKD) and Nokia’s optical transport system on the SK Telecom network.
IDQ is delighted to announce we were amongst the winners of this year’s NCI Agency Defence Innovation Challenge. In a competitive field, open to organisations from across the NATO alliance, we were recognised for our work in the field of securing IoT devices.
BT announced today that it has built the UK’s first practical quantum-secured high-speed fibre network between Cambridge and the BT Labs in Adastral Park, Ipswich, in a collaborative project led by the Quantum Communications Hub, part of the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme.
The fifth edition of KPN’s European Cyber Security Perspectives report was published in April 2018. It features some great articles from contributors across the cyber-security industry; including IDQ’s Kelly Richdale and Bruno Huttner.
Authored by the CSA Quantum-Safe Security Working Group, the report highlights the importance of building and using encryption tools that will work as quantum computing accelerates into reality. It goes on to examine the consequences should the encryption tools on which we rely be rendered...
IDQ will lead its partners QLM Technology, Sky-Futures and the University of Bristol in a project to explore how photon sources and detectors – an essential component of quantum communications systems – could be used to detect gas leaks with high levels of accuracy.