• Quantum eMotion (QNC) has launched its quantum-safe Sentry-Q platform for large and complex messages
  • Francis Bellido, Quantum’s CEO, sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the news
  • The solution will initially be cloud-based, followed by hardware-based applications
  • The company believes Sentry-Q will position it as a significant player in the quantum-safe cybersecurity space
  • Quantum eMotion addresses the growing demand for affordable hardware security for connected devices, high-value assets and critical systems
  • Quantum eMotion (QNC) is down 4.76 per cent on the day, trading at $0.10 per share at 12:30 pm EST

Quantum eMotion (QNC) has launched its quantum-safe Sentry-Q platform for large and complex messages.

The cybersecurity platform, equipped to handle entire database structures, is comprised of three modules:

  1. QRNG2: the company’s first quantum random number generator, which uses quantum mechanics to produce numbers impossible to predict. This is useful for generating cryptographic keys for sensitive data
  2. QXCP: the company’s cryptographic and quantum-safe platform designed for a wide range of attack vectors
  3. QGPS: A push server platform that asynchronously delivers messages greater than one gigabyte as push notifications to clients while being independent of user interface and client operating systems

The company intends to stifle the potential threat of quantum computers’ superior calculation power, which may lead to data breaches, including most cryptocurrency encryption.

Francis Bellido, Quantum’s CEO, sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the news.

“After the completion of our quantum random number generator (QRNG2) last year, we realized that to maximize the value of this game-changing technology, we needed to develop complete cybersecurity solutions based on truly random numbers. We now have a platform, named Sentry-Q, that has the potential to perform as a cloud-based solution or as a physical hardware device.”

“Sentry-Q will initially function as a cloud-based solution and will be progressively applied and evolved with hardware-based modules, such as PCI Express cards, mini-HSM devices and embedded processors,” he added.

Quantum eMotion addresses the growing demand for affordable hardware security for connected devices, high-value assets and critical systems.

Quantum eMotion (QNC) is down 4.76 per cent on the day, trading at $0.10 per share at 12:30 pm EST.


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