AboutComScire.

The Quantum World Corporation, DBA ComScire, is a VIP verified Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) that offers wide-ranging technology-related products and services. Our in-house engineering can take your concepts to final production.

The company has been in business for 23 years. Areas of expertise include:

  • Research and development of quantum and true random number generators.
  • Consulting on entropy and randomness security and random number testing software.
  • Over 12 years experience with Altera FPGAs designing hardware systems and programming complex firmware in VHDL and schematic capture.
  • Development and programming of scientific algorithms in both firmware and software.
  • Over 35 years experience designing analog and digital circuits covering DC to GHz frequencies.
  • High accuracy GPS time systems design with computer interfacing. 10ns rms accuracy relative to UTC.
  • Over 20 years experience using Mathematica for scientific analysis and modeling.

The Quantum World Corporation (ComScire) is a Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB). We have an active registration with SAM for doing business with U.S. government agencies.

CAGE: 3C3Z3
DUNS: 114241594 

Mr. Wilber is a well-established inventor and entrepreneur with 12 US patents

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Including two for the first commercially viable pulse oximeter. According to a Wikipedia article accessed in July, 2012,“Because the pulse oximeter is now used in almost all areas of hospital care and related fields, Mr. Wilber’s invention is recognized as one of the ten most valuable medical devices of the 20th century.

His other patents cover inventions in the fields of laser gyroscopes, optical character recognition and influence of mind detection, as well as five issued patents for true random number generators and generation methods. Mr. Wilber also co-authored several articles published in major scientific journals such as Physical Review B,  Journal of the Electrochemical Society and Inorganic Syntheses.

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One of the first pulse oximeters – still functional today. Manufactured in June, 1981, by Bioximetry Technology, Inc., the company co-founded by Mr. Wilber.