Beijing on July 11, 2022. MUCSE is a leader in the field of integrated circuits and security it has unveiled their latest chip for securitythe PQC 1.0. It is the PQC 1.0 is believed to be the very first commercial post-quantum security device that can support the most recent post-quantum cryptography algorithm chosen by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to be standardized of PQC solutions.
Release of PQC 1.0, the PQC 1.0 security chips is the initial step in MUCSE to align with to the worldwide trend of transitioning into quantum-resistant Public Key Infrastructures. MUCSE constantly collaborates with its customers and partners to accept this inevitable transition and also to help the community prepare against the threats of quantum computers to come.
Google has announced that, in the year 2019, it attained the so-called “Quantum Supremacy” with its 54-qubit Platanus an experimental quantum processor that completed the calculation in just the span of a few minutes, which would normally take many thousands of hours.
In quantum computing on a large scale Shor’s and the Grover’s quantum algorithms pose a severe challenges to the mathematical base of the present algorithmic cryptography that is asymmetric. To avert this potential disaster of new security systems, quantum resistant cryptography algorithm that are secure against both classical and quantum computers, should be created, implemented, and implemented.
In December 2016, NIST launched a competition-style standardization procedure to solicit, examine and select quantum-resistant public-key cryptographic algorithms. Six years later in the process, on July 5 2022, NIST released the first set of quantum-resistant cryptographic algorithms that will be standardized.
Its PQC 1.0 is built according to 28nm technology. It has dimensions of less than 3 millimeters in size and 150 milliwatts. When compared to mainstream CPUs, such as Apple M1 and ARM cortex-a72, the performance of PQC 1.0 can achieve the speed of max 20 times. The efficiency of energy is enhanced by 2 levels. Alongside PQC 1.0, MUCSE released the PQC development kit that provides comprehensive quantum-resistant solutions to customers and partners.
The release of PQC 1.0 Security chip marks a significant milestone for both MUCSE as well as the rest of the industry to combat the threats of quantum computer attacks. It also confirms the many years of hard work from MUCSE’s R&D and development department at MUCSE. For industry PQC 1.0, PQC 1.0 can be used to determine the reusability of post-quantum algorithms on existing platforms for industry, and also to aid in the development of the next-generation public-key systems used in real-world applications.
MUCSE has always been positioned as a leader in the the security industry; and as an interconnector that bridges the gap between research results of the academics and the practical solutions. The past few years, MUCSE has successfully introduced two generation of highly-performant cryptographic chips into the Chinese market. China.
MUCSE (Micro Innovative Integral Circuit) is the fastest growing leader of IC Design and the global supplier of cybersecurity solutions for high-performance server and embedded system. Founded in Dec 2018, MUCSE is a Spin-off of Institute of Microelectronics, Tsinghua University. The spirit of innovation and constant passion, as well as a highly experienced R&D team, and a strong R&D department have enabled MUCSE to establish itself as a leader and a market leader in the area of security solutions. Its two main lines of products are security chips and networking controller chips.