Quantum Information Group



Joanna Skiba-Szymanska of Toshiba shows off their fibre compatible quantum light sources at the UK Quantum Technology Showcase 2017

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  • Quantum safe cryptography – waiting to save the world
    Future quantum computers will one day bring us many great benefits. Unfortunately they will also break many of the cryptographic protocols on which current Internet security depends. Google’s quantum supremacy breakthrough notwithstanding, this is still most likely many years off. However, sensitive data intercepted and stored today, or long lifecycle ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowOctober 4, 2019
  • 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
  • Europe’s drive to create wealth from Quantum Technology
    The focus of the EU’s €1b Quantum Flagship programme is not basic science, nor is it simply about bringing new technologies to market. The end-goal is driving wealth creation, jobs and societal benefits in Europe. This requires kick-starting the competitive position of European industry in this sector and making Europe ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowMarch 6, 2019
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Toshiba are at the forefront of quantum information R&D and have developed the world's leading system for quantum cryptography. We welcome enquiries from potential users of this system or from companies or organisations interested in a commercial partnership to further develop the technology and its applications.
Toshiba Research Europe Limited (TREL) is part of Toshiba’s global R&D activity. The Cambridge Research Laboratory of TREL conducts research on quantum information technology, as well as speech recognition and dialogue.

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