NEC delays quantum cryptography system

Wednesday, 1 June 2005, 3:52 AM EST

NEC has delayed the introduction of its first quantum cryptography system by three to four years due to performance and cost issues.

NEC had originally planned to start selling the system later this year, but recent tests showed that its technology is still years from being ready for commercial use, it said.

By Paul Kallender at InfoWorld.

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