ID Quantique works with different network encryption solutions which may be upgraded with Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), which is also known as quantum cryptography, to be Quantum-Safe.
Securing your critical assets can be done in various ways, with various techniques. Adding a QKD layer to your infrastructure today ensures you get a quick start towards quantum-safe security.
As long as your existing infrastructure allows it, having a joint approach with one of our technology partners protects any kind of investment you have made so far.
Overlaying ID Quantique’s Quantum Key Distribution is simpler than you may think and delivers a number of benefits, including:
The latest production release of ADVA’s FSP 3000 scalable optical transport platform offers a dedicated commercial-grade interface based on the ETSI key delivery standard for key distribution.
The combination of the FSP 3000 ConnectGuard™ Optical Layer 1 encryption with IDQ’s QKD provides long-term security for critical data transported over optical networks. QKD is added as an extra layer of security on top of the encryption taking place at Layer 1 to protect data at all layers.
Ciena’s Waveserver® 5 leverages industry-leading WaveLogic™ coherent technology to enable programmable wire-speed optical encryption scaling up to 800Gbps for securing all in-flight data, all the time.
Ciena’s Waveserver® 5 platform powered by 800Gbps encryption leveraging an ETSI-defined API to communicate with IDQ’s QKD platform was used to demonstrate unconditional security of critical data in the quantum era.
Combining IDQ’s QKD with Fortinet VPN product line provides immediate protection to data in the face of today’s brute force attacks, ensuring that data with a long shelf life is protected against future attacks and safeguarding high-value data in a post-quantum computing world.
Using QKD with selected FortiGate appliances through a standardized key delivery API, this integrated solution offers unparalleled protection through L3 VPN’s for data with long-term sensitivity and value.
Hitachi offers the industry’s first QRNG-powered encryption cards for highly secure end-to-end authentication and encryption of control data with high-quality key generation. The solution is QKD-ready for a Quantum-Safe end-to-end encryption for mission-critical real-time communication networks.
Hitachi Energy chose IDQ for its crypto expertise to co-develop the SECU1 and SENC1 encryption cards, which ensure real-time performance and Quantum-Safe security. They rely on IDQ’s QRNG chip (IDQ6MC1) as the source for symmetrical and asymmetrical cryptographic key generation.
To uncover the practical implications of using QKD to secure MACsec-based VPN traffic, Deutsche Telekom, ID Quantique, and Juniper Networks codeveloped a proof of concept (PoC) to validate a quantum-safe MACsec implementation.
They successfully tested the REST-API defined by ETSI in a multivendor environment between a pair of QKD devices and a pair of firewalls featuring MACsec encryption.
Nokia Quantum-Safe Networks are a fusion of cybersecurity and quantum technologies. Nokia’s strong heritage in optical, IP, wireless and fixed networks help customers construct networks safe from quantum attack today, and into the future.
Through the power of Nokia’s broad networking portfolio of cutting-edge IP and optical solutions, featuring low latency, high-capacity AES-256 connectivity (ANYsec, MACsec, and OTNsec), combined with IDQ’s quantum security technologies, we ensure next-level security, forming future-ready, mission-critical, Quantum-Safe infrastructure and services.
PacketLight’s Layer-1 encryption ensures the confidentiality and integrity of data transmitted over fiber optic networks. The solution is based on GCM-AES-256 encryption standards, and uses Diffie-Hellman (DH) Elliptic Curve Key Exchange algorithm with P-384 curve and SHA-384 authentication.
The emergence of quantum computers may require reinforcing the key exchange with a method that is not breakable even with these highly sophisticated computers. QKD meets this demand by ensuring that highly secure and unbreakable encryption keys are shared between the parties, safeguarding their communication with quantum-level protection.
Thales comprehensive network traffic encryption solutions use Layer 2 and 3 encryption to ensure security without compromise.
In response to the Quantum threat, Thales High Speed Encryptors leverage IDQ’s Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) and Quantum Random Number Generation (QRNG) capabilities for future-proof data security.
The latest production release of Woori-Net’s OTN-based DCI (data center interlocking) devices, the 100G-class and 10G-class cryptographic modules offers through the ETSI interface the possibility to add the Quantum Key Distribution systems from IDQ.
Combining both technologies gives customers a long-term security for critical data transported over optical networks. QKD is added as an extra layer of security on top of the encryption taking place at Layer 1 to protect data on all layers.
XN Systems has developed and integrated IPSec VPN protocol with Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), as an extra layer of security to provide long-term security for critical data transported over Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).
Using QKD with XN Systems VPNs appliances through a standardized key delivery API, this integrated solution offers unparalleled protection through L3 VPN’s for data with long-term sensitivity and value. This joint solution aims at strengthening the security of data in transit today and in the quantum future.
The Centauris range of high-performance, quantum-ready network encryption solutions secure data in transit. They support Ethernet and MPLS encryption up to 100 Gbps.
Centauris encryptors can be upgraded to be quantum-safe through the addition of IDQ’s QKD systems.