(HudsonInstitute) The Hudson Institute announced today that the Quantum Alliance Initiative (QAI) has developed a set of recommended global standards for Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) and Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) technologies.
The recommendations have been submitted to the International Telecommunication Union’s Study Group 17, which will consider the standards for adoption during their January 22-30, 2019 meetings in Geneva, Switzerland.
The QAI standards were developed by a consortium of 18 companies, universities and entities from 8 countries in Washington, D.C. in late 2018. The signatories include representatives from Hudson Institute, Armafex Partners LLC, Bra-Ket Science, BrightApps LLC, Cambridge Quantum Computing, Ciena, Florida Atlantic University, Harris Corporation, IDQuantique, Institute for National Defense & Security Research, MagiQ Technologies, Qubitekk, QuantumXchange, Quintessence Labs, Rivada Networks, SK Telecom, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, and the University of Warsaw.

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