Quantum Xchange

Pioneering Quantum Communications


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  • Seeding innovation in commercial quantum networks
    Next generation quantum key distribution is set to offer easier deployment on existing real-world infrastructure. The importance of partnering to offer end-to-end business services to early adopters is growing. The recent extension of the UK Quantum Network to the BT led tech cluster at Adastral Park is a powerful statement. ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowMarch 30, 2019
  • Quantum Outlook 2019
    2018 has seen rising awareness of the future potential of quantum technology. 2019 is set to see quantum computing in particular at the peak of its hype cycle. Fact Based Insight believes that investors should take a wide view of the sector to find value in the short, medium and ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowDecember 17, 2018
Latest Quantum Xchange News
  • Technado Interview with Quantum Xchange CEO John Prisco
    Cybersecurity was the hot topic in a recent interview conducted by Technado’s Peter VanRysdam and Don Pizzette with Quantum Xchange CEO, John Prisco. The conversation delves into encryption keys in transit and the process behind it. As the first quantum communication network in the United States, Quantum Xchange is ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsJune 27, 2019
  • How Does Quantum Key Distribution Work?
    Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) is getting a lot of attention these days, particularly among cybersecurity experts – and rightfully so. Currently, traditional encryption methods are threatened by the emergence of quantum computers, so we need a more secure means of encryption. Enter QKD: the provably secure method of exchanging encryption ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsJune 11, 2019
  • Quantum Communication: U.S. vs. China
    In a recent article, GCN article, Quantum Xchange CEO, John Prisco delivers an intriguing industry insight on how quantum communications can support the U.S. in keeping the Chinese at bay. The next wave of computing will be quantum-based which means cybersecurity must be proactive and not reactive to the change. ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsJune 11, 2019
  • Art Zeile, Advisor
    Over the course of his career, Art Zeile has built several companies focused on software and IT services. Art is currently the CEO of DHI Holding Group, a NYSE listed software company. Art was the previously the founder and CEO of HOSTING, one of the first cloud computing services ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsJune 6, 2019
  • How QKD Answers Huawei’s Looming Threat to the U.S. Telecom Market
    Whether we like it or not, China’s major telecom provider, Huawei, is infiltrating the global telecom market. Last week, the Trump administration banned American companies from doing business with Huawei. Shortly after, Google cut ties with the company. But does the door to potential spying by the Chinese government still ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsMay 21, 2019
  • Big US Banks Prepare for Quantum Threat
    In a recent news article published by Bob’s Guide,  reporter David Beach discusses the security of large US banks with Quantum Xchange CEO, John Prisco. With the race on to protect data, investors and interest build and show promise in quantum key distribution. Prisco describes the threat as real and ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsMay 21, 2019
  • Watch Quantum Xchange’s TEDx Talk
    John Prisco was invited to share more about quantum key distribution at this year’s TEDx Midatlantic. This year’s theme was Unbreakable, exploring the promising ideas that can help us turn adversity into strength, and help make our civic systems and shared culture become UNBREAKABLE.  Introduction: When we were considering ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsMay 20, 2019
  • RSA Conference 2019 Interview with John Prisco
    At the recent RSA Conference in San Francisco, more than 50,000 attendees connected with people and insights on how to stay ahead of cyber threats. This annual conference provides a platform and network for thousands of peers who strive to protect data now and in the future. Roadway Media’s Pallab ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsMay 18, 2019
  • Quantum Xchange and Toshiba: Working Together to Make QKD a Commercial Reality
    By John Prisco Quantum Key Distribution is critical to securely transmitting high-value data now and into the future. Quantum Xchange’s launch of Phio, the first quantum communications network in the U.S.,  was a crucial step in the development of this technology. Now, through our work testing Toshiba’s new QKD system ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsApril 25, 2019
  • Quantum Xchange Tests Toshiba’s Quantum Key Distribution System; Doubles Network Capacity with Optical Multiplexing
    Enhanced Capacity of First Quantum-Secured Network in the U.S. Makes Next-Generation Secure Communications Practical and Affordable for Enterprise Users BETHESDA, MD and CAMBRIDGE, UK – April 25, 2019 – Quantum Xchange, provider of the first quantum key distribution (QKD) network in the U.S. and the Toshiba Corporation have collaborated to ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsApril 25, 2019
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Project Description

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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