Quantis is a hardware random number generator exploiting an elementary quantum optics process to provide high quality randomness for cryptographic, gaming and other applications.
Quantis exists in four versions: a USB device, a PCI Express (PCIe) board (Legacy 4M & 16M and New 40M & 240M), a Quantis Appliance, and as a QRNG Chip. The product delivers best-in-class random bit rate of up to 232Mbps.
Quantis-USB & Quantis-PCIe
Quantis QRNG Chip
Randomness tests reports and certificates
White papers on random number generation
Sample of random bits
(binary file, 10E9 bits, generated on June 25th 2010, Quantis-PCIe-4M s/n 10140013A510)
Selected scientific publications
- Fast, semi-device independent QRNG based on unambiguous state discrimination
Jonatan Bohr Brask, Anthony martin, William Esposito, Raphaeil Houlmann, Joseph Bowles, Hugo Zbinden, Nicolas Brunner
- Quantum Random Number Generation on a Mobile Phone
Bruno Sanguinetti, Anthony martin, Hugo Zbinden, Nicolas Gisin
- Stealthy Dopant-Level Hardware Trojans
Georg T. Becker, Francesco Regazzoni, Christof Paar, Wayne P. Burleson
- (Pseudo-) Randomness
Slides of a course taught by Klaus Sutner at Carnegie Mellon University on randomness.
- Algorithmic Randomness, Quantum Physics, and Incompleteness
C. S. Calude
MCU 2004, LNCS 3354, 1-17 (2005)
- Experimental Decoy State Quantum Key Distribution Over 15km
Y. Zhao, B. Qi, X. Ma, H.-K. Lo, L. Qian
Physical Review Letters 96, 070502 (2006)