Cryptonext Security

CryptoNext is a spin-off from INRIA and Sorbonne University, developing post-quantum cryptography algorithms and implementations to protect against Quantum Computers’ encryption breaking capabilities


evolutionQ, a Kitchener-Waterloo-based company is pioneering the development of quantum-safe cybersecurity products. They focus on reducing expenses through optimal use of quantum-safe devices and minimizing technology-switching costs between hardware vendors. They are providing the missing component to build technologically and economically effective quantum networks.


A spin-off from Bristol University, KETS Quantum Security designs solutions for ultra-safe communications based on quantum technologies “on chip”.


MemQ is a spin-off from the University of Chicago developing Quantum Memory Technology based on rare-earth qubits. This critical component will enable large scale Quantum Network or Computer thanks to its ability to act as a QRAM.


Qunnect is a spin-off of Stony Brooke University in NY and has developed a room temperature, portable quantum memory, a fundamental building block of a quantum communication network.
Their technology offers the possibility to build Quantum networks of +100km.


VeriQloud is a start-up based in Paris, founded in 2017 developing quantum communication solutions. It has been founded by Marc Kaplan, Elham Kashefi and Josh Nunn.
VeriQloud is dedicated to unlocking the power of quantum networks. It has developed the Qline, a quantum communication architecture that can distribute keys between several parties connected on a single optical fiber.


WeLinQ is a Paris-based spin-out from Sorbonne Université, CNRS, and PSL-University. The company provides quantum links based on cold-atom quantum memories to interconnect quantum processors and ensure access to quantum computing at a distance. WeLinQ develops, deploys, and operates its full stack quantum link solution in quantum computing and quantum communication infrastructures and develops end-user-oriented algorithms for multi-core and distributed quantum computing.