Quantum Xchange

Pioneering Quantum Communications

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  • Quantum Landscape Outlook 2021
    Nations and regions around the world are continuing the rapid build-out of publicly funded quantum technology initiatives. Everyone wants to build a future quantum ecosystem in their own back yard. In the commercial space, the bounds of international collaboration are beginning to emerge. Investors need to dress for all seasons.... Read more
  • Quantum Internet Outlook 2021
    Business must act now to secure itself against the security threat posed by future quantum computers. Fortunately new quantum-resistant maths-based crypto is on track to protect businesses that act promptly. To understand the growing momentum behind additional physics-based quantum security, it’s necessary to appreciate its unique enduring security promise and... Read more
  • Quantum safe cryptography – the big picture
    Recently updated advice on quantum security technologies from the UK NCSC is bluntly sceptical about the promised benefits of quantum key distribution. This seems at odds with the scramble of governments around the world to promote the development of quantum networking technologies. Who is right? Future large scale quantum computers... Read more
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As a provider of unbreakable quantum keys and secure communications, Quantum Xchange gives commercial enterprises and government agencies the ultimate defense to keep high-value assets safe – today, tomorrow, and well into the future. Offering the first and only quantum-secured network in the United States, Quantum Xchange secures the channel for critical communications, enabling organizations to send unbreakable data over any distance using the laws of quantum physics.

Leveraging the provably secure communication method, Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), and its own exclusive Trusted Node technology for unlimited point-to-point distances, Phio by Quantum Xchange addresses the shortcomings inherent with modern-day encryption: the ability for keys to be intercepted, corrupted or exposed during transmission, and the imminent threat of quantum computers.

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