Cambridge Quantum
and Fujitsu

Case Study

Cambridge Quantum and Fujitsu: Protecting Software Defined Networks with Keys Seeded from Verifiable Quantum Randomness


The Case Study

The Quantum Origin integration works with existing SD-WAN architectures and is an important component of a range of quantum security technologies. The integration uses verifiable quantum randomness to protect applications, edge routing and cloud infrastructure against current cybersecurity vulnerabilities based on the use of random number generators (RNGs).

Quantum Origin can generate keys seeded with verifiable quantum entropy, using classical cryptographic algorithms approved in the US by the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) and the UK by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). It also supports the post-quantum algorithms being evaluated by NIST, in readiness for their approval and customer demand.