BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aliro Quantum today announced that it has been recognized as a quantum innovator in Messe Stuttgart’s First Annual Quantum Effects Awards. The Quantum Effects Awards acknowledges excellent innovations that connect the classical and quantum worlds, are used in different industries, enable individual services and open up new perspectives. They are presented across four categories: quantum computing hardware, quantum computing software and algorithms, quantum communication and quantum sensors. AliroNet™, Aliro’s multipurpose entanglement-based secure network solution, was recognized in the quantum communication category.
“Since officially introducing AliroNet™ in October 2022, we’ve seen incredible momentum for our solution. We’ve been recognized with numerous honors and are pleased to participate in Messe Stuttgart’s inaugural awards program, said Michael Wood, CMO with Aliro Quantum. “The next technological revolution will be in quantum, and while we’re extremely proud of what we’ve accomplished, we continue to push to develop additional use cases and innovations in quantum networking.”
Aliro recently announced it has secured new funding from top-tier venture capital firms including Accenture Ventures and lead investor Leaders Fund. The funding will allow Aliro Quantum to boost its ability to help utility companies, telecommunications providers, public sector organizations, enterprises, and researchers, among others, to design and deploy multipurpose entanglement-based secure networks. With this investment, Aliro Quantum will increase funding in research and development as well as expand its go-to-market programs and professional services offerings.
Aliro Quantum also received several prestigious industry awards including 2022 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum, gold in the 2023 Govies Government Security Awards for Network Security, and three gold-level awards at the 18th Annual 2023 Globee Awards for Information Technology. The company was also recognized with the Hot Company Award from Cyber Defense Magazine’s 2023 Global InfoSec Awards, and Aliro Co-Founder and CTO, Dr. Prineha Narang, was named Science Envoy for Quantum Information Science and Technology by the U.S. Secretary of State, one of seven distinguished scientists to serve for 2023.
Aliro Quantum, The Quantum Networking Company™, offers AliroNet™ to emulate, pilot, and deploy entanglement-based quantum networks that are capable of running a wide variety of applications from secure communications to clustered quantum computing and distributed quantum sensing. Aliro, spun out of NarangLab at Harvard University, includes world-class experts in quantum and classical networking and is leading the charge in quantum network development by offering the foundational technologies needed for organizations around the world to build scalable and powerful distributed quantum systems. AliroNet™ users include utility companies, telecommunications providers, public sector organizations, enterprises, and researchers who are simulating, designing, piloting, orchestrating, and building the world's first entanglement-based quantum networks. Visit us at www.aliroquantum.com.