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Quantis QRNG PCIe New Generation

High performance PCIe Quantum Random Number Generator, with embedded NIST compliant post-processing

  • Based on latest Quantis QRNG technology (IDQ20MC1 chip)
  • 40 Mbps and 240 Mbps entropy source
  • Embedded NIST 800-90 A/B/C compliant DRBG
  • Health monitoring and failure detection mechanism at chip level
  • Easy integration with Quantis Software & compatible with other Quantis PCIe and USB

About Quantis QRNG PCIe

The new Quantis QRNG PCIe-40M and PCIe-240M embed Quantis QRNG IDQ20MC1 chips. They can be used in two modes:

  • In entropy source mode, where the random bits are directly generated from the physical source
  • In RNG data mode, where random bits are generated after a NIST compliant post-processing

Status checks performed at chip level ensure the QRNG provides the highest entropy, and any failure or attacks are detected.

PCIe-40M and PCIe-240M are provided with the Quantis Software that includes drivers for various OS, and EasyQuantis, a graphical interface to read and display random numbers and store them in a file.

Thanks to the Quantis Software, the last generation of Quantis PCIe cards can be used together with the legacy Quantis PCIe and USB.

Quantis QRNG PCIe Certifications

The Quantis PCIe-40M and PCIe-240M have been submitted to NIST compliant test suite and successfully passed NIST SP800-22 and SP800-90B, as well as Dieharder statistical tests.

In addition, METAS is currently evaluating the cards and conducting tests. A Certificate of Conformity and Test Report should be available in Q2 2020.

ID Quantique is also working with affiliated labs in Germany on a Common Criteria certification for the Quantis QRNG chips embedded on PCIe-40M and PCIe-240M.

For a broader range of certifications, please see the Quantis QRNG USB and PCIe Legacy which have been certified by multiple renowned organizations.

  • Cryptographic key generation
  • User and device authentication
  • Random seeding
  • Code signing
  • Token generation
  • Gaming / Random drawings
  • Numerical simulations
  • Statistical research
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