Communications will be revolutionised by quantum technologies, including fundamentally secure communications.

Quantum computers will mean more secure and efficient communication systems

A new approach to using Quantum Key Distribution paves the way for secure cryptography

Resilient communications with dark fibre networks

In 2022, a fibre optic cable was installed underneath the University of Birmingham’s campus, connecting all the way through to the National Physical Laboratory’s head office in Teddington, south-west London.

Helping nation service providers deploy future-proof, secure communications and data transmissions

There are real threats to current cryptographic techniques caused by major advances in quantum computing

Independent, stable communications

Our communications infrastructure is embedded across our services, and it is important that we are able to operate securely in GPS-free environments

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Next generation atomic clocks are a step closer to real world applications

Quantum clocks are shrinking, thanks to new technologies developed at the UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing.

State-of-the-art telescope paves way for space tech cluster at Heriot-Watt

Heriot-Watt University has taken its first major step towards creating a ‘space cluster’ at its Edinburgh campus.

For the first time, researchers successfully demonstrate over euNetworks’ fibre infrastructure that quantum communication is possible between the UK and Ireland

A series of experiments were conducted on euNetworks’ 224km Rockabill subsea network in July, pushing the boundaries of quantum communication and paving the way for the future security of private data

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