BasejumpQDNTM

Software to build a Quantum Delivery Network.

Standards-Based Interfaces

Multi-vendor QKD Support

Adaptive Routing

BasejumpQDN is Quantum Delivery Network (QDN) software that overlays a modern high-speed enterprise network and helps to integrate quantum-safe technologies such as QKD to protect the network from quantum threats.

Rapidly create a demonstration Quantum Delivery Network - without QKD devices

evolutionQ BasejumpQDN allows a quantum-safe demonstration network to be built very quickly using an organization's existing QKD devices, or by simulating QKD links virtually. This allows an organization to experiment with quantum-safe networks focusing on application use-cases and avoid expensive capital costs of purchasing QKD devices up-front until they have completed an internal business case and are ready to move to a fully operational quantum-safe network.

Optimize QKD fibre, satellite and modern high-speed networks

evolutionQ BasejumpQDN enables organizations to overcome the difficulties and limitations normally associated with QKD networks. A quantum link is limited to a few hundred kilometers over optical fiber, BasejumpQDN sets up trusted nodes between quantum links that permits a network to grow and expand beyond these distance limitations. Organizations that want to extend their quantum network even further using QKD satellite technologies can install BasejumpQDN to help seamlessly integrate their land-based fiber networks with a QKD service provider and simplify the task of managing a sprawling quantum network.

Avoid QKD device vendor lock-in

evolutionQ BasejumpQDN helps organizations grow their quantum-safe network capabilities over time, ensuring that new innovations and cost-reductions in the QKD device market can be incorporated into their IT environment as the quantum-safe networking market rapidly matures.

Contact us at sales@evolutionq.com to learn more about BasejumpQDN.

Quantum Threat Timeline

How long until fault tolerant quantum computers can break cybersecurity?

evolutionQ and the Global Risk Institute assess the timing of the threat.