NIST paper on randomness in Nature
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NIST, CUBoulder, NTT realize device-independent randomness expansion


We from Quside would like to congratulate the team led by National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), University of Colorado Boulder, and NTT on their publication “Device-independent randomness expansion with entangled photons,” a major milestone in the randomness field. The reported experiment uses two well-characterized phase-diffusion quantum random number generators built by ICFO engineers who went on to found Quside.

We strive to make such high-quality and high-performance QRNGs available to everyone.

Read the whole paper in Nature Physics

José Ramon Martínez

Carlos Abellan

Co-founder & CEO

PhD in quantum technologies at ICFO, where he developed the quantum randomness technologies that were transferred to Quside. 10 years of experience in quantum and photonics technologies, co-inventor of multiple patent families and co-author of 15+ papers in top scientific journals. Received the award MIT Innovators Under 35 Europe.

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