Industry Partners

Our Design Partnership with Microchip (world’s largest IoT and microcontroller vendor) will help us provide quantum-safe end-to-end encryption in IoT and embedded devices to address current and future security vulnerabilities and attack attempts. To learn more about the Microchip Design Partner Program, click here.
As a XILINX Alliance Program Member, we provide hardware IP crosses for classical and quantum-safe cryptographic solutions in Xilinx FPGA platforms targeting various embedded applications. To learn more about the XILINX Alliance Program, click here.
The Intel FPGA Partner Program helps partners with tools and training needed to bring innovative FPGA solutions to market. To learn more about the Intel FPGA Partner Program, click here.
Amazon Web Services offers flexible, scalable, and reliable cloud computing services. PQSecure is an AWS Select Technology Partner. To learn more about the AWS Partner Network (APN), click here.
Intel IoT Solutions Alliance Program helps PQSecure to strengthen the delivery of end-to-end IoT security solutions through unit scaling opportunities. Our quantum-safe solutions are available in Intel hardware and software platforms. For more information please click here.
ARM is a semiconductor design company which designs ARM processors and system-on-chip (SoC). ARM provided PQSecure with full access to its IP tools to accelerate the cryptographic product development ideas with less risk, lower cost, and faster time to market. Fore more information please click here.
RISC-V is a free and open ISA enabling a new era of processor innovation through open standard collaboration. PQSecure is proud to be a Strategic Member of RISC-V International. For more information please click here.

Government Agency Partners

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an United States federal agency created in 1950 “to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense…” PQSecure is supported by NSF through their Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program. To learn more about NSF and the NSF SBIR program, click here.