The Quantum World Corporation, DBA ComScire, is a Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) that offers wide-ranging technology-related products and services to the federal government and Fortune 500 companies.
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PureQuantum™ Model PQ128MU
Introducing the new PureQuantum™ Model PQ128MU – World’s fastest, USB-connected, true random number generator.
The ComScire® PQ128MU is the world’s fastest USB-connected true random number generator providing NIST Full Entropy. Its incredible 128 Mbps output rate removes the barriers to your most demanding high bandwidth randomness applications.
HyperGen™ Model HG16KM
Introducing the new HyperGen™ Model HG16KM – Tools for the Post-Quantum world
The emergence of quantum computers and potential quantum eavesdropping may make most or all of the current methods of encryption and information security obsolete within a very few years. Post-quantum randomness must take into account quantum nonlocality, which puts special requirements on the design of random number generators. The new Synchronized Random Number Generator is a post-quantum development platform that produces NIST “full entropy” random numbers without deterministic post processing, synchronized with UTC to about ±50ns based on GPS time reception. Random bit generation periods of as little as 62.5ns allow spacelike separation in a wide variety of experimental settings, and the production of free random numbers.
Secure IoT RNG
The Quantum World Corporation announces the world’s only micro-power, micro-footprint True Random Number Generator for the Internet of Things (IoT) providing NIST full entropy at 1Mbps and up.
Our solution, based on a patent pending theoretical model, takes as little as 375 gates (for full entropy) and consumes between 100μW and 1mW depending on bitrate and transistor technology used.
We invite collaborations with companies to integrate our design into a large variety of custom ICs, such as chips providing IoT security in everything from credit cards to refrigerators. However, the solution can also be easily implemented in small (3-4mm square), low-power FPGAs or anti-fuse programmable devices for improved physical security and tamper resistance.