Aliro Quantum Wins Gold in 2023 Govies Government Security Awards for Network Security
Aliro Quantum, The Quantum Networking Company™, today announced that it has been named a gold winner in Security Today's 2023 Govies Government Security Awards competition for network security. The awards honor outstanding government security products.
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An independent panel of judges from the security industry selected the top entries in the 2023 categories and named winners using criteria including Features, Innovation, User Friendliness, Interoperability, Quality, Design, Market Opportunity, Impact in the Security Industry, Technical Advances, and Scalability.
AliroNet™, the Aliro Quantum entanglement-based quantum network solution, was honored by Security Today. The solution is purpose-built to address looming threats to existing network and communications encryption while also enabling networked quantum computing and quantum sensing. It is a unified solution used to emulate entanglement-based quantum networks, implement trials, and deploy full-scale universal entanglement-based quantu networks.
AliroNet use cases include quantum secure communications (QSC) between sites, campuses, branch offices, data centers, and clouds at customers such as EPB; networked quantum computers; secure access to quantum compute; and networked distributed quantum sensing. AliroNet is able to operate in conjunction with traditional classical networks and existing fiber installations meaning it does not require a forklift upgrade to implement an entanglement-based quantum network.
AliroNet is hardware vendor agnostic and licensed in three modes of operation that align with quantum network rollout stages. Each mode of operation includes Aliro technical support services with the option to purchase additional services if necessary.
"We are honored to be named a Govies award winner in network security just months after officially launching AliroNet," said Michael Wood, CMO at Aliro Quantum. "This award recognizes the work Aliro Quantum is doing with public sector organizations, Enterprises, and service providers to build quantum networks that securely interconnect sites and network quantum computers."
Aliro Quantum, The Quantum Networking Company™, offers AliroNet™ to emulate, pilot, and deploy entanglement-based quantum networks that are capable of running a wide variety of applications from secure communications to clustered quantum computing and distributed quantum sensing. Aliro, spun out of NarangLab at Harvard University, includes world-class experts in quantum and classical networking and is leading the charge in quantum network development by offering the foundational technologies needed for organizations around the world to build scalable and powerful distributed quantum systems. AliroNet™ users include utility companies, telecommunications providers, public sector organizations, enterprises, and researchers who are simulating, designing, piloting, orchestrating, and building the world's first entanglement-based quantum networks.
Aliro also works with industry and academic partners through the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C), the NSF Center for Quantum Networks (CQN), and the NSF Quantum Leap Challenge Institute Hybrid Quantum Architectures and Networks (HQAN). Additionally, Aliro is involved in several quantum networking standards groups at IEEE and QED-C.
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