Quantum Random Number Generators
Cheaper, Faster, More Secure
Part of the Quantum Flagship
Quantum Random Numbers: Faster, Cheaper, More Secure
The generation of random numbers plays a crucial role in many applications in science and impacting society, in particular for simulation and cryptography. It is of fundamental importance that the generated numbers are truly random, as any deviation may adversely effect modelling or jeopardise security. Notably, recent breaches of cryptographic protocols have exploited weaknesses in the random number generation. In this context, schemes exploiting the inherent randomness of quantum physics have been extensively investigated. Quantum random number generation (QRNG) devices are now commercially available, which arguably represents one of the most successful developments of quantum technologies so far. QRANGE wants to push the QRNG technology further, allowing for a wide range of commercial applications of QRNG. We will build three different prototypes, which are cheaper, faster and more secure than existing devices.
A short interview with QRANGE partner, Rob Thew from the University of Geneva - taken from the Quantum Flagship Event in Helsinki, Finland.
Quside, a Barcelona-based quantum technology start-up, today announced the commercial release of their first quantum randomness module: The Quside™ FMC 400 is commercialized for high-performance…
Félix Bussières from IDQ gave a talk at QCrypt covering some of the modelling of QRNG chips taking place in QRANGE
QRANGE project partner ID Quantique has announced that its newest Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) chip has been integrated in the ‘Galaxy A Quantum’, a custom edition of the Samsung Galaxy A71…
ID Quantique launches an ultra-small Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) chip for mobile, IoT and edge applications
ID Quantique (IDQ), the world leader in quantum-safe security solutions, today announced its newest Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) chip developed to secure mobile, IoT and edge applications.…
Scientists at the EU’s €1 billion Quantum Flagship initiative have developed novel prototypes that use quantum encryption protocols to create the most secure transmission of sensitive information…
Quantum processes provide fundamental randomness
It is not enough that numbers are certifiably random, they must also be private.
For improved security applications, gaming, and high perfomance computing.