GAINESVILLE, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/13 -- The Quantum World Corporation - ComScire® announces immediate availability of its Pure Quantum random number generators (QRNGs). The two Models, PQ32MU (32 Mbps) and PQ4000KU (4Mbps), are the world's first to implement provable quantum randomness in CMOS ICs. Both generators are designed to meet NIST SP 800-90C Draft Recommendations for Random Bit Generator Constructions. Features include hardware startup and continuous runtime testing with failsafe shutdown, internal raw data streams available for testing, redundant generators for highest reliability, independent power regulation for generator circuits and electromagnetic shielding against radiated or received electromagnetic fields. Our White Paper provides in-depth descriptions of the theory, construction and calculated entropy levels for the new generators, and illustrates the effectively perfect statistical properties of the output numbers which require no post processing. Our research during development of this breakthrough technology also hints at the possibility of creating entangled bits with potential applications in quantum computers.
Used for gaming, cryptography, random selections and drawings, key generation, Monte Carlo simulation and scientific research. USB connected, Bus powered* and easy-to-use ActiveX interface. Program examples and full driver software available for download. Every Pure Quantum generator is Guaranteed to Pass Any Test for Randomness. Quantity and reseller discounts available. Custom design for large volume applications. ComScire - Confidence and Security worldwide for over 18 years.
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