The company said it has signed a contract with the Ministry of Defence to join its system to connect disparate and remote systems.
"Military data systems need to be automated, interconnected, and interoperable across multiple domains globally,” said Williams. “They require machine-to-machine as well as human-to-human and human-to-machine interfaces of unprecedented scale and connectivity and need a modern security architecture to match." said Arqit founder, chairman and CEO, David Williams.
Arqit, with a market cap of US$1.57 billion after a reverse takeover, last year launched its quantum-based telecoms encryption service. Arqit calls this service QuantumCloud, a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) for telecoms, including consumer, industrial and defence internet of things (IoT).
The company is also at the heart of Saudi Arabia’s NEOM smart city project.
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