Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC) and IDQ collaborate once again to establish a new QKD link between Poznan and Warsaw. This link will provide new services for a number of applications such as telemedicine, medical data transmission, data storage and public services.
The University of Luxembourg's Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), in collaboration with the Department of Media, Connectivity and Digital Policy (SMC) of the Ministry of State, announced the development of the Luxembourg Quantum Communication Infrastructure...
In July of this year, NIST announced the first set of algorithms that will inform the final standards for post-quantum cryptography. Learn how organisations can transform into quantum safe environments ahead of the quantum era.
The ITU-T1 have adopted two new work items regarding the control and interworking of quantum key distribution networks (QKD Networks). Acting as editor, our partner SK Telecom coordinated and facilitated their development.
Six years after it first announced its post-quantum cryptographic standardization project, the National institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has revealed the first four algorithms to make the grade.
With a total length of 800 kms, this Korean QKD network infrastructure secures the communication network of 48 government organizations across the country, which makes it the largest quantum cryptography network outside China.
In June 2022, representatives from CERN and Be-ys met in Paris to celebrate the completion of the Quantumacy project. The one-year project was delivered as part of the European Commission's OpenQKD initiative and investigated privacy-preserving forms of quantum communication.
ID Quantique and Paris based CryptoNext Security SAS (CryptoNext), a pioneer and leader in Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC), today announce their partnership to offer an effective and long-term Quantum-Safe Communication Solution for mobile phone users.
Every quarter, management consulting firm McKinsey and Company publish an update to their Quantum Technology Monitor. The publication conveniently gathers reliable and detailed information on the three main areas of quantum technology: quantum computing, sensing and communications. The...
France is one of the key world players in research but has suffered from a relative delay in structuring its quantum ecosystem. It is now accelerating, and ID Quantique is delighted to be involved in ongoing projects in the Paris region.
Numana (formerly TechnoMontreal) announced the launch of a $3.75million quantum communications network project. Numana is a Quebec-based, not-for-profit organisation committed to acting as a catalyst for technological ecosystems.
Altice Portugal has announced the introduction of a new service to complement its networking and cloud offerings. Its “quantum keys-as-a-service” (QaaS) proposition provides enhanced security through the use of connections encrypted using QRNG and QKD technologies.