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[Tech30] This Bengaluru-based startup is protecting enterprise data with quantum technology

October 19, 2019

[Tech30] This Bengaluru-based startup is protecting enterprise data with quantum technology
Tropos, a random number generator, Armos, a quantum key distributor, and Hodos, a quantum secure platform for key management. Before joining QNu Labs, I was the COO at Paladian Networks, a cyber security firm, as well as at EdgeVerve, a subsidiary of Infosys,” says Sunil. Founded in 2016, QNu Labs is the brainchild of Sunil Gupta, Srinivasa Rao Alluri, Dr Anil Prabhakar, and Mark Mathias. She adds that a lot of effort went into the making of this product, with references drawn from digital electronics, optical technology, mathematics, and quantum physics. All these are primarily targeted at industries like banking, telecommunications, IT infrastructure, defense, and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Prithvi Kini, Head of Operations at QNu Labs, explains, “Armos is very user-friendly and the deployment does not disrupt existing crypto infrastructure. The startup’s main revenue streams are direct product sales, channel partners, custom turnkey project implementations, and consultancy through academic institutions.

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