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Published January 2021
Report # IQT-QRNG-0121

Quantum Random Number Generators (QRNGs) have taken on an important new role in the quantum technology business in the past year or so. They have proved to be a key enabling technology for quantum-level security in mobile devices, data centers and medical implants, to name just a few key areas. QRNGs have also provided a welcome improvement for standard RNGs,

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Published July 2020
Report # IQT-QKD-0720

Inside Quantum Technology has provided coverage of the Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) since 2014 and publishes an annual ten-year market forecast. This report is the latest of these our QKD market studies. It updates the forecasts and analyses the key QKD industry developments over the period since the previous IQT report. Inside Quantum Technology was the first industry analysis firm

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Published June 2020
Report # IQT-PQC-0620

This report is a guide to the business opportunities that can be provided by Post-quantum cryptography (PQC) in the coming decade. Last year Google announced its breaking news of achieving quantum supremacy and in the coming months, NIST will be finalizing Round 2 of its algorithm standardization process. As awareness of the growing Quantum Computing threat increases and the standards

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Published April 2019
Report # IQT-QKD-0419

Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) is one of two encryption technologies designed to protect critical data in the quantum era.  QKD– in theory at least – leads to intrinsically unbreakable data transmission.  When Inside Quantum Technology published its first report on QKD a few years ago, QKD was mostly experimental and aimed at government/military markets.  However, as discussed in this new

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Published January 2019
Report # #IQT-PQT-0119

The market for post-quantum cryptography (PQC) already generates revenue and will expand as quantum computers capable of breaking common public key encryption schemes with Shor’s algorithm become more widely deployed. For now, post-quantum cryptography finds its market in critical long-lived data such as plans for aircraft and medical databases that need to survive well into the era of powerful quantum

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