Why Quantum XC?
Quantum Xchange gives commercial enterprises and government agencies the best and last defense to keep data safe--today and in the future.
The world’s volume of data has been growing exponentially year after year, giving cyber criminals a greater opportunity to expose massive volumes of data
Cybercrime costs the U.S. economy $100 billion a year and costs the global economy $450 billion annually
What Is Quantum Xchange?
Quantum XChange makes quantum-proof communication a reality for organizations today.
“Quantum Xchange recognized early that defensive quantum technologies were being largely ignored by technology heavyweights focused on the race for quantum computer supremacy… I am confident that their solution can protect organizations before we are faced with the consequences of quantum computing power.”
– Dr. Whitfield Diffie, cryptography expert and Turing Award winnerDiscover More in our White Paper
How It Works
Quantum Xchange extends the typical range of Quantum Key Distribution beyond 100 KM.
Our quantum-secured network, Phio, is the first of its kind in the United States, and allows keys to be securely shared over a wide-ranging network, making large-scale Quantum Key Distribution possible and practical.Learn More
News & Resources
Why is quantum computing gaining popularity? That’s the question CIO Review tackles in its July 6th article of the same...
Annual List Recognizes the World’s Most Innovative Providers of Digital Solutions Helping Financial Services Firms Defend Against Cyber-Attacks and Protect...
These latest actions on the part of China only reinforce the need to protect our trade secrets with the highest...
The RAND Corporation’s recent report, “Securing Communications in the Quantum Computing Age” says what we at Quantum Xchange have been...
We asked the Quantum Xchange workforce to weigh-in and share their thoughts, observations, and predictions on what corporate life might...
Preparing for A New World of Cryptography
The quantum computing advances made over the past couple of years have led to the pronouncement of “Q-day” – the day a quantum computer will be able to break any current encryption in seconds. Read why analyst firm, Ovum suggests putting Quantum Xchange on your radar to get ready for Q-day.
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