ID Quantique introduces the world’s smallest true Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) Chip, developed by our partners SK Telecom.
The Quantum RNG chip represents a breakthrough in technology. The use of low-cost, off-the-shelf components, such as a CMOS image sensor, LED and ASIC, has allowed for significant miniaturization. The Quantum RNG Chip is ideal for applications that require a compact size, low cost, low power consumption and resistance to external environment perturbation.
As the devices and systems that comprise critical infrastructure become increasingly interconnected, it is more important than ever to ensure they have adequate cryptographic protection.
In her paper, written for DefTech (Armasuisse), IDQ’s Kelly Richdale reviews how the emergence of new quantum technologies will impact IoT cryptographic security. The paper discusses the role of quantum in both creating future threat vectors and offering immediate solutions.
The European Commission is preparing the ground for the launch of a €1 billion flagship initiative on quantum technologies, to put Europe at the forefront of the second quantum revolution.
Download the final report and read more about the ambitious goals for the QTF’s ten-year lifespan and the detailed recommendations for implementation and governance; including a set of guiding principles for four key verticals: Communication, Computation, Simulation and Sensing/Metrology.