Quantum Optics Jena GmbH

Booth number 4105-56


Quantum Technology Solutions for Cyber Security, Quantum Computing & Science.

About us

Our goal is to be part of the upcoming quantum revolution and deliver customized advanced photon sources and quantum optical systems. Building on decades of research experience at renowned quantum science institutes we are looking forward providing innovative quantum optical solutions with outstanding performance for secure communication, quantum computing, biomedical applications and applied research.

Quantum Optics Jena GmbH
Moritz-von-Rohr-Str. 1A
07745 Jena

Phone: +49 3641 2361314
Internet: www.qo-jena.com

Contact person

Kevin Füchsel
Dr. Oliver de Vries

Products & Services

Security and sovereignty of information are granted today by complex algorithm-based cryptography. The rise of quantum computing will challenge our state-of-the-art, mathematical based encryption technologies. By fighting quantum challenges with quantum technologies, we develop and deliver quantum key distribution (QKD) systems based on entangled photons. This allows the implementation of cyber security solutions on the fundamentals of physical laws. We enable a quantum added value.The building blocks for the »ELVIS« QKD systems consist of the entangled photon pair source »HD«, the polarization analyzing and control sub-systems »PAM«, and our unique quantum protocol implementation »LLC«, which is based on the BBM92 protocol. The modularity enables cost-efficient implementation for data-center connections and communication networks as well as experimental setups. Short distance and free space QKD systems at 800 nm wavelength and long-distance fiber-network systems at 1300 nm and 1500 nm are available.

Further reading

Entangled Photon Source EPS

Our »HD« product line stands for outstanding performance with highest entangled photon pair numbers to generate secure encryption keys, quantum imaging setups, or quantum technology experiments. Our customized system will generate polarization entangled photon pairs. The sources will be available for wavelengths around 800 nm, 1300 nm (O-Band), or 1500 nm (C-Band).

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