Quantum cryptography demo is a security first

Tuesday, 5 September 2006, 12:17 AM EST

Northwestern University researchers have joined forces with BBN Technologies to demonstrate what they are calling the first truly quantum cryptographic data network.

The university has combined its quantum noise-protected data-encryption technology with quantum key distribution technology from BBN on a 5.5-mile SONET link between BBN headquarters and Harvard University.

At LinuxWorld.

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