Join ID Quantique’s Live Quantum Cryptography Demonstrations OFC 2023, taking place March 5-9 at the San Diego Convention center is just around the corner, and we are thrilled to announce that ID Quantique (IDQ), global leader in quantum cybersecurity, will showcase two live demonstrations...
ID Quantique's Q4 quantum computing review presents a recap of the latest developments in the field. This quarter saw progress in terms of performance enhancements, funding and government support across multiple sectors.
The first ever Quantum World Congress (QWC) took place in Washington DC between Nov 29 and Dec 01, 2022. Here are our key takeaways, featuring a lot of fascinating discussions, strong governmental presence, and a world first involving our QRNG chip.
The Swiss federal government announced it would be investing CHF10 million in the Swiss Quantum Initiative (CHQI) in 2023 and 2024, with further significant investment planned in 2025-2028. Launched in 2022, the CHQI was introduced in recognition of the immense potential of quantum technologies and...
How can two mistrustful parties fairly toss a coin? As it turns out, this problem of weak coin flipping (WCF) is a fundamental cryptographic primitive, where quantum WCF can achieve theoretically perfect information security over modern communication networks.
ID Quantique expands its QRNG chip range with the addition of two new models made for space applications.The two new highly robust Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) chips are based on the existing IDQ20MC1 model, and have been designed, built, and tested to withstand the extreme harshness of...
In October, France’s telecoms operator, Orange, invited its corporate customers, partners and Group employees to a special event. Showcasing Orange’s most emblematic research and innovation projects, the event was the embodiment of the Group’s mission – to build the present and prepare for...
Quantum Computing Review Q3 2022 Welcome to ID Quantique’s Q3 quantum computing review. Every 3 months we look back at some of the interesting stories coming out of the quantum world, including the latest technological advances and new applications of quantum in everyday life. There has been some...
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