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Global Quantum Cryptography Industry

NEW YORK, Aug. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Global Quantum Cryptography Industry http://www.reportlinker.com/p0131240/Global-Quantum-Cryptography-Industry.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Aerospace_and_Defense

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 DEFINITIONSStudy Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1Disclaimers I-2Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-2Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3Product Definition and Scope of Study I-3II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1A Prelude II-1A Pictorial Illustration of Quantum Cryptography II-2A Peek into the Current Situation II-2The Road Ahead II-3Growth Drivers, Trends & Issues II-3Secure Communications - Defining the Need for QuantumCryptography Based Solutions II-3Traditional Cryptography and its Drawbacks: A Business Casefor Quantum Cryptography II-4Moving Beyond Point-to-Point Communications an Important Stepto Improve Commercialization Prospects II-5Securing Internet Transaction: Increasing Opportunities forQuantum Cryptography II-6A Peek into Technology Trends II-7Quantum Cryptography Finds Application in Securing Data forElectric Grids II-7Advanced Secure Communications through Improved Single-PhotonEmitter II-8DLR Technology Facilitates Transmission of Quantum Key fromAir to Ground II-8New Technique Reduces Implementation Costs for QuantumCryptography II-8Key Issues Confronting the Market II-9Transmission Distance - A Major Concern II-9Free-Space Technology to Solve Distance Concerns II-9Fibre Vs. Free Space Technology II-10Current Properties II-10Potential Properties II-10High Cost: A Cause of Concern II-10Dire Need for Established Standards II-10Is Quantum Key Distribution Secure? II-112. COMPETITION II-12An Insight II-12A Peek into Various Commercialization Initiatives Undertakenby Leading Players II-12ID Quantique SA II-12MagiQ Technologies Inc. II-13QuintessenceLabs II-13 Bell Labs II-13Raytheon BBN Technologies II-13HP Labs II-13Toshiba Research Europe Limited/Cambridge Research Laboratory II-14QinetiQ II-14Mitsubishi Electric II-143. AN INSIGHT INTO THE GLOBAL LEADERS - ID QUANTIQUE AND MAGIQTECHNOLOGIES II-15id Quantique SA ( Switzerland) II-15MagiQ Technologies, Inc. ( USA) II-164. TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS/BREAK THROUGHS IN THE GLOBAL QUANTUMCRYPTOGRAPHY LANDSCAPE II-18Quantum Cryptography to Safeguard against Cyber Attacks II-18China Plans to launch satellite for quantum experiments in 2016 II-18Toshiba in Collaboration with Cambridge University DiscoversPossibility of Quantum Cryptography over Existing Fiber OpticCables II-18Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica Develops Quantum Cryptography-Based Identification Method to Secure Mobile Payments II-19First Commercial Source of Single Photon II-19New Method for Speeding Quantum Cryptography Transmissions II-20Toshiba Develops a Novel Detector for Photon Measurement II-20id Quantique Unveils id400 Single Photon Detector II-20Toshiba Develops "Decoy Pulses" for Fail-Safe QuantumCryptography II-21New Hybrid QC Solution from id Quantique and Senetas II-21JST Joins Forces with NEC Corp. II-21Mitsubishi Electric Teams Up with Hokkaido University II-22Toshiba Demonstrates New Method for Secure Transmission ofEncryption Keys II-22MagiQ Introduces QPN 8505 II-22BBN Technologies Devises High-Speed Single- Photon Detector II-22id Quantique Rolls Out USB Version of Quantis RNG II-225. CRYPTOGRAPHY - A PRELUDE II-23Cryptosystems: II-23A Symmetric Cryptosystem: II-24Unconditionally Secure or Perfect Cryptosystem: II-24How Does One-Time Pad Works? II-24One-Time Pad Cryptosystem: The Hurdles II-25Public-Key Cryptography: A Quick Primer II-25How Does Public-Key Cryptography Works? II-25Public-key Cryptosystems in Common Use II-26RSA Cryptosystem: II-26ElGamal Cryptosystem: II-26Elliptic Curve Cryptosystems: II-26McEliece Cryptosystem: II-26Limitations in Public-key Cryptosystems Led to the Emergenceof Quantum Cryptography II-276. QUANTUM CRYPTOGRAPHY - AN OVERVIEW II-28Quantum Theory II-28Quantum Mechanics in Cryptography II-28Quantum Cryptography: An Evolution Scan II-28Global Premiere for Quantum Cryptography in 2004 II-29Classical Cryptography Vs. Quantum Cryptography II-29Uncertainty: II-29Entanglement: II-30Quantum Cryptographic Procedure II-30A Pictorial Representation of Polarization Readings: II-30Quantum Key Distribution: A Primer II-31Key QKD Protocols II-31Data Transmitting Process: II-31Data Receiving/Recovering Process: II-32Quantum Key Distribution with "BB84" Protocol II-32Pictorial representation of quantum bit (or qubit)polarization matching for "BB84" protocol for transmittingand receiving process: II-34Ekert 91 Protocol for QKD II-34Quantum Key Distribution with "B92" Protocol II-35Pictorial Representation of Quantum bit-polarizationmatching for "B92" scheme's transmitting side: II-35Pictorial Representation of Quantum bit-polarizationmatching for "B92" scheme's receiving side: II-35SARG04 Protocol for QKD II-36Continuum Based II-36Coherent One Way Protocol II-36Major Steps Involved in QKD Process II-36Raw Key Extraction: II-37Error Estimation: II-37Key Reconciliation: II-37Privacy Amplification: II-38Pictorial Representation of QKD Decision Scheme: II-39Position-based quantum cryptography II-39What is the Bounded- and noisy-quantum- storage model? II-397. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-41The Specialists for Integrated Systems Company W.L.L. Entersinto Partnership with ID Quantique II-41NTT and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation-Developed CamelliaEncryption Algorithm Adopted in e-Government RecommendedCiphers List II-41Battelle Memorial Institute and ID Quantique to Deploy COTS-Based Quantum Key Distribution System in the US II-41Cygate Enters into Partnership with ID Quantique II-42ID Quantique and Colt Technologies and Services Group InstallCerberis Solution II-42Certes Networks Enters into Partnership with ID Quantique II-43D-Wave Systems Enters Supply Agreement with Lockheed MartinCorporation II-43QuintessenceLabs Partners Lockheed Martin Corp to Develop QKD-Based Information Security Solutions II-43QinetiQ and AboveNet Form Strategic Partnership to ProvideStrong Network Security II-44IDQ Enters into an Agreement with Mobilegov II-448. PRODUCT LAUNCHES II-45GridCom Technologies Develops Quantum Encryption System II-45SPYRUS Introduces New Secure Pocket Drive II-45ID Quantique Introduces CypherMonitor II-45Excelitas Rolls Out Broad Range of Smart Sensing Solutions II-46IDQ Introduces New Quantis-PCIe-4M Device II-469. OTHER MARKET PARTICIPANTS II-47Alcatel-Lucent SA ( France) II-47BBN Technologies ( USA) II-47HP Laboratories (UK) II-48Infineon Technologies AG ( Germany) II-48International Business Machines Corp. ( USA) II-49Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. ( Japan) II-49QinetiQ Group Plc. (UK) II-50SPYRUS, Inc. ( USA) II-50Toshiba Corp. ( Japan) II-51Hitachi Cambridge Labs (UK) II-51NEC Laboratories America, Inc. ( USA) II-5210. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-53Table 1: Quantum Cryptography Market: Annual Sales Estimatesand Forecasts for the Years 2012 through 2018 (in US$Million) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-53III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPETotal 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)

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