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New Report on Global Market for Quantum Cryptography

Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Quantum Cryptography Industry

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This report analyzes the Global Market for Quantum Cryptography in US$ Million.

Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2012 through 2018.

The report profiles 20 companies including many key and niche players such as Alcatel-Lucent SA, BBN Technologies, HP Laboratories, Infineon Technologies AG, International Business Machines Corp., Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp., QinetiQ Group Plc, SPYRUS, Inc., Toshiba Corp., Hitachi Cambridge Labs, and NEC Laboratories America, Inc.

Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1
Disclaimers I-2
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3
Product Definition and Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1
A Prelude II-1
A Pictorial Illustration of Quantum Cryptography II-2
A Peek into the Current Situation II-2
The Road Ahead II-3
Growth Drivers, Trends & Issues II-3
Secure Communications - Defining the Need for Quantum
Cryptography Based Solutions II-3
Traditional Cryptography and its Drawbacks: A Business Case
for Quantum Cryptography II-4
Moving Beyond Point-to-Point Communications an Important Step
to Improve Commercialization Prospects II-5
Securing Internet Transaction: Increasing Opportunities for
Quantum Cryptography II-6
A Peek into Technology Trends II-7
Quantum Cryptography Finds Application in Securing Data for
Electric Grids II-7
Advanced Secure Communications through Improved Single-Photon
Emitter II-8
DLR Technology Facilitates Transmission of Quantum Key from
Air to Ground II-8
New Technique Reduces Implementation Costs for Quantum
Cryptography II-8
Key Issues Confronting the Market II-9
Transmission Distance - A Major Concern II-9
Free-Space Technology to Solve Distance Concerns II-9
Fibre Vs. Free Space Technology II-10
Current Properties II-10
Potential Properties II-10
High Cost: A Cause of Concern II-10
Dire Need for Established Standards II-10
Is Quantum Key Distribution Secure? II-11

2. COMPETITION II-12
An Insight II-12
A Peek into Various Commercialization Initiatives Undertaken
by Leading Players II-12
ID Quantique SA II-12
MagiQ Technologies Inc. II-13
QuintessenceLabs II-13
Bell Labs II-13
Raytheon BBN Technologies II-13
HP Labs II-13
Toshiba Research Europe Limited/Cambridge Research Laboratory II-14
QinetiQ II-14
Mitsubishi Electric II-14

3. AN INSIGHT INTO THE GLOBAL LEADERS - ID QUANTIQUE AND MAGIQ
TECHNOLOGIES II-15
id Quantique SA (Switzerland) II-15
MagiQ Technologies, Inc. (USA) II-16

4. TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS/BREAK THROUGHS IN THE GLOBAL QUANTUM
CRYPTOGRAPHY LANDSCAPE II-18
Quantum Cryptography to Safeguard against Cyber Attacks II-18
China Plans to launch satellite for quantum experiments in 2016 II-18
Toshiba in Collaboration with Cambridge University Discovers
Possibility of Quantum Cryptography over Existing Fiber Optic
Cables II-18
Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica Develops Quantum Cryptography-
Based Identification Method to Secure Mobile Payments II-19
First Commercial Source of Single Photon II-19
New Method for Speeding Quantum Cryptography Transmissions II-20
Toshiba Develops a Novel Detector for Photon Measurement II-20
id Quantique Unveils id400 Single Photon Detector II-20
Toshiba Develops "Decoy Pulses" for Fail-Safe Quantum
Cryptography II-21
New Hybrid QC Solution from id Quantique and Senetas II-21
JST Joins Forces with NEC Corp. II-21
Mitsubishi Electric Teams Up with Hokkaido University II-22
Toshiba Demonstrates New Method for Secure Transmission of
Encryption Keys II-22
MagiQ Introduces QPN 8505 II-22
BBN Technologies Devises High-Speed Single- Photon Detector II-22
id Quantique Rolls Out USB Version of Quantis RNG II-22

5. CRYPTOGRAPHY - A PRELUDE II-23
Cryptosystems: II-23
A Symmetric Cryptosystem: II-24
Unconditionally Secure or Perfect Cryptosystem: II-24
How Does One-Time Pad Works? II-24
One-Time Pad Cryptosystem: The Hurdles II-25
Public-Key Cryptography: A Quick Primer II-25
How Does Public-Key Cryptography Works? II-25
Public-key Cryptosystems in Common Use II-26
RSA Cryptosystem: II-26
ElGamal Cryptosystem: II-26
Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems: II-26
McEliece Cryptosystem: II-26
Limitations in Public-key Cryptosystems Led to the Emergence
of Quantum Cryptography II-27

6. QUANTUM CRYPTOGRAPHY - AN OVERVIEW II-28
Quantum Theory II-28
Quantum Mechanics in Cryptography II-28
Quantum Cryptography: An Evolution Scan II-28
Global Premiere for Quantum Cryptography in 2004 II-29
Classical Cryptography Vs. Quantum Cryptography II-29
Uncertainty: II-29
Entanglement: II-30
Quantum Cryptographic Procedure II-30
A Pictorial Representation of Polarization Readings: II-30
Quantum Key Distribution: A Primer II-31
Key QKD Protocols II-31
Data Transmitting Process: II-31
Data Receiving/Recovering Process: II-32
Quantum Key Distribution with "BB84" Protocol II-32
Pictorial representation of quantum bit (or qubit)
polarization matching for "BB84" protocol for transmitting
and receiving process: II-34
Ekert 91 Protocol for QKD II-34
Quantum Key Distribution with "B92" Protocol II-35
Pictorial Representation of Quantum bit-polarization
matching for "B92" scheme's transmitting side: II-35
Pictorial Representation of Quantum bit-polarization
matching for "B92" scheme's receiving side: II-35
SARG04 Protocol for QKD II-36
Continuum Based II-36
Coherent One Way Protocol II-36
Major Steps Involved in QKD Process II-36
Raw Key Extraction: II-37
Error Estimation: II-37
Key Reconciliation: II-37
Privacy Amplification: II-38
Pictorial Representation of QKD Decision Scheme: II-39
Position-based quantum cryptography II-39
What is the Bounded- and noisy-quantum- storage model? II-39

7. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-41
The Specialists for Integrated Systems Company W.L.L. Enters
into Partnership with ID Quantique II-41
NTT and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation-Developed Camellia
Encryption Algorithm Adopted in e-Government Recommended
Ciphers List II-41
Battelle Memorial Institute and ID Quantique to Deploy COTS-
Based Quantum Key Distribution System in the US II-41
Cygate Enters into Partnership with ID Quantique II-42
ID Quantique and Colt Technologies and Services Group Install
Cerberis Solution II-42
Certes Networks Enters into Partnership with ID Quantique II-43
D-Wave Systems Enters Supply Agreement with Lockheed Martin
Corporation II-43
QuintessenceLabs Partners Lockheed Martin Corp to Develop QKD
-Based Information Security Solutions II-43
QinetiQ and AboveNet Form Strategic Partnership to Provide
Strong Network Security II-44
IDQ Enters into an Agreement with Mobilegov II-44

8. PRODUCT LAUNCHES II-45
GridCom Technologies Develops Quantum Encryption System II-45
SPYRUS Introduces New Secure Pocket Drive II-45
ID Quantique Introduces CypherMonitor II-45
Excelitas Rolls Out Broad Range of Smart Sensing Solutions II-46
IDQ Introduces New Quantis-PCIe-4M Device II-46

9. OTHER MARKET PARTICIPANTS II-47
Alcatel-Lucent SA (France) II-47
BBN Technologies (USA) II-47
HP Laboratories (UK) II-48
Infineon Technologies AG (Germany) II-48
International Business Machines Corp. (USA) II-49
Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (Japan) II-49
QinetiQ Group Plc. (UK) II-50
SPYRUS, Inc. (USA) II-50
Toshiba Corp. (Japan) II-51
Hitachi Cambridge Labs (UK) II-51
NEC Laboratories America, Inc. (USA) II-52

10. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-53
Table 1: Quantum Cryptography Market: Annual Sales Estimates
and Forecasts for the Years 2012 through 2018 (in US$
Million) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-53

III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 20 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 22)

  • The United States (8)
  • Japan (6)
  • Europe (7)
    • France (2)
    • Germany (1)
    • The United Kingdom (3)
    • Rest of Europe (1)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (1)

To order this report: Aerospace_and_Defense Industry: Global Quantum Cryptography Industry

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