Utilizing atomic decay
The QNT series security chip developed by Quantaglion applies the invariant natural phenomenon of nuclear decay.
Quantaglion provides the ultimate security solution with this technology.
Completely random nuclear decay
Natural decay of nuclei is an unpredictable natural phenomenon, and the true random number generator "QNT Series" utilizes this natural phenomenon.
Unique alpha particle detection technology
The "QNT Series" uses a proprietary alpha particle detection technology. Of course there is no risk of exposure to the human body.
Alpha particle solution and dripping technology
"QNT Series " is manufactured using alpha particle solution. Mass production and miniaturization of chips have been achieved by using a solution.
News & Infomation
We will exhibit at the 10th ILS (Innovation Leaders Summit).
The pitch will be on November 30th, 13:50-14:30 Toranomon Hills 5F Hall A
Toshihiko Sasaki, Assistant Professor of the Department of Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo, and Dr. Toyohiro Tsurumaru, Mitsubishi Electric Information Technology Research Institute and Dr. Izumi Tsutsui, Associate Professor, KEK Institute for Particle and Nuclear Studies, confirmed that it is a genuine random number based on its generation principle and structure, and that confidentiality has been established as a cryptographic key generator. contributed to Communication Physics(Nature's sister journals) and proved it. https://www.nature.com/articles/s42005-022-00915-1
February 25-27, 2020 RSA Conference Exhibit
January 7-10, 2020 Exhibited at CES J-startup (JETRO) booth
2019 30th NEDO Pitch “Special Issue on Cyber Security” Report (ASCII) 6/28 (Tue)
Strongest security, realized by natural decay of nuclei
December 5, 2016
Our article was published in Nikkei Technology online version.
"A random number generator using nuclear decay, an essential device in the IoT era" https://tech.nikkeibp.co.jp/dm/atcl/column/15/120100084/120200004/?rt=nocnt
April 21, 2016
Selected for NEDO's STS grant program.
March 7, 2016
We applied for the "Japan Venture Grand Prize" hosted by the "Venture Creation Council" (Secretariat: Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry) and announced at an event held at Hotel New Otani.
Our technology has been adopted by a major electronic component manufacturer as a secure communication solution.
August 12, 2015
Second place overall at the "Tech Grand Prix" sponsored by Liberless, and won the "Unisys Award" (prize money 200,000 yen).
Founded to apply true random number generation technology to all IoT phases and build a groundbreaking information security platform.