Koheras lasers in new quantum communication project

CryptQ, a new Danish consortium, will develop a cost-effective quantum secured communication system to prevent cybercrime.

The growing threat of cybercrime calls for secure communications and we need to be a step ahead of the criminals.

CryptQ, a new Danish consortium, will develop a technology that lets us send information securely over the internet. It is a challenge today, and the challenge will increase further when quantum computers become common.

Our Koheras low-noise lasers are ideal for quantum communication. In this project, we develop small low-noise chip-based lasers.

 

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