Founded in Ottawa in 2018, Quantropi is bound to be the standard for quantum-secure data communications – forever unbreakable, no matter what. Powered by quantum mechanics expressed as linear algebra, our technology encrypts data in transit and data at rest — defending against today’s threats and tomorrow’s quantum-based attacks — without requiring the processing power of a quantum computer.
A 100% Canadian innovator in the Quantum Communication space, Quantropi’s QiSpace™ is the only end-to-end platform with all 3 prerequisites for cryptographic integrity – Trust, Uncertainty, and Entropy (TrUE).
The QiSpace™ platform:
Not only does our technology empower users to achieve unconditional security, but it is also more cost-effective, scalable and efficient than anything else out there. With our solution, enterprise leaders, government agencies, IT professionals, and anyone concerned about data protection can be absolutely confident their information is truly future-proof.
Driven by a mission to ensure the protection of the data and privacy underpinning our global digital society, Quantropi is enabling enterprises to transition immediately to quantum-grade safety — with zero investment in new hardware or infrastructure. Best of all, our unique platform solution works over today’s Internet — providing a simple, evolutionary upgrade path to critically improved security.
Our team is focused on delivering future-proof cybersecurity solutions to a wide range of industry sectors, including government, technology, finance and telecommunications, to name but a few.
Technical and academic validation for our specific research findings and claims include two papers published under the auspices of IEEE Quantum Week, October 2020:
With a third paper accepted for publication at IEEE ICCCS 2021:
Among our recent awards and recognition are a designation as:
And Quantropi’s CEO and CoFounder James Nguyen was recently recognized as a Top Forty Under 40 award winner by the Ottawa Business Journal and the Ottawa Board of Trade.
Benjamin Eliasoph, Trade Commissioner, Canadian Embassy, Washington DC
Eric Chan a.k.a. EEPMON is a Crypto / Digital Artist with 15 years in the industry – and Quantropi’s Creative Emissary. His hybrid fractal/digital creations have been seen in fashion, comics to museums and has exhibited worldwide. EEPMON’s collaborations include Canada Goose, MARVEL, Snoopy, Microsoft Xbox, Canada Science & Technology Museum and was a TEDx performing artist. In 2018 he represented Canada on its first Creative Industries Trade Mission led by Canada’s Minister of Heritage and serves on the Canadian Museums Association‘s Board of Directors. At the same time, he is currently completing his Master of Information Technology – Digital Media at Carleton University.
Before joining Quantropi, Mike was Managing Director and co-founder of Accenture Ventures, where he grew a global portfolio of strategic partnerships and 38 equity investments in emerging technology startups.
During his nearly 30 years with Accenture, he incubated and launched technology innovations for enterprises across multiple geographies and industries. Ever-passionate about bold ideas with game-changing results, he speaks frequently on the impact of emerging technology on large organizations.
With a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Princeton, and a Master’s in Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern, Mike is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Accenture Foundation and Board Observer for startups Maana and Splice Machine.
Cory brings a breadth of experience to the Quantropi team, working fractionally with multiple SaaS technology companies as CFO, and as the CFO with Celtic House Venture Partners. Prior to these roles, Cory was CFO and COO at Solink, and played a lead role in the metrics-led pivot to a direct-sales SaaS model, followed by multiple VC-backed funding rounds and their recognition as one of the fastest growing start-ups in Canada. He qualified as a CPA while serving technology, VC & PE-fund clients at Deloitte, and earned his Bachelor of Commerce at Queen’s University.
Randy holds a doctorate in quantum physics. His research findings have been published in top international journals and named “Kuang’s semi-classical formalism” by NASA in 2012. With a career spanning IT, including with Nortel as senior network researcher & developer, he co-founded inBay Technologies in 2009, serving as CTO of the cybersecurity platform. As the first recipient of a patent for two-level authentication (2011), Randy is a prolific inventor, with 30+ U.S. patents in broad technology fields, such as WiMAX, optical networks, multi-factor identity authentication, transaction authorization, as well as concepts, technologies and industrial applications for quantum key distribution.