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 User Guide (v3.1)
This document explains how to install the drivers for a Quantis USB device or PCIe board and how to generate random numbers. It also describes the use of the Quantis Library.
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)