Quside launches its phase-diffusion quantum randomness module

Quside™ FMC 400

Quside, a Barcelona-based quantum technology start-up, today announced the commercial release of their first quantum randomness module: the Quside™ FMC 400 which is targeted to high-performance computing and data security applications.

The Quside™ FMC 400 has been designed specifically for high-performance FPGA-based systems. The technology is based on Quside’s proprietary phase-diffusion quantum random number generation technology. It provides 400 Mb/s of raw random numbers with state-of-the-art min-entropy bounds (above 90%). A standard FMC interface allows easy and versatile integration.

Since 2017, after spinning off from ICFO – The Institute of Photonic Sciences – Quside has been working toward the commercialization of high-performance quantum random number generators. 

Quside is also making the Quside™ Randomness Metrology toolkit available to customers. It provides on-device capabilities to derive min-entropy bounds, giving product developers access to a novel tool to validate the proper functioning of the quantum process on-the-fly.

The FMC 400 Randomness Module has already been tested by Quside’s partners over the last 18 months in the fields of enterprise security, telecom, banking, and supercomputing with remarkable performance.

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