Total computer security could result from unbreakable optical code

Wednesday, 17 May 2006, 10:54 AM EST

Researchers at Mitsubishi Electric, NEC and the University of Tokyo claim to have made a breakthrough in a new technique for very secure data communications.

The parties have implemented a technique known as quantum cryptography, which codes the data optically and have for the first time transmitted information between systems uses this technique.

At Electronic Business.

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