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The Eurasian quantum path is the formation of the Eurasian space protected communication infrastructure

On April 12, the Parliamentary Center in St. Petersburg hosted the spring session of the International Forum "Eurasian Economic Perspective"

Source: RUSSOFT
Apr 18, 2018
President of RUSSOFT Valentin Makarov spoke at the Forum section devoted to economic integration within the EAEC. The topic of his speech: The Eurasian quantum path is the formation of the Eurasian space protected communication infrastructure.

The Eurasian quantum path is a project that provides secure data traffic from Central and Southeast Asia to Europe through the use of quantum communications. The goal of this project is to build a global system of quantum communications between Russia and China, India, countries of the EEA and Southeast Asia to provide secure connection, as well as reliable and secure data traffic through Russia via secure channels of the quantum infrastructure.

The construction of the Eurasian quantum path should result in a deployed trusted telecommunication environment that is connected with the economic space financial and logistics centers of the "new silk road", stretching at least 15,000 km from Helsinki to Beijing (Shanghai) with a software-configurable network of several hundred geographically distributed data centers.

The project was prepared within the framework of the Working Group of the Safenet National Technology Initiative. It was first announced at the Expert Council of the RVC Project Office in 2017, then was presented at a meeting during Eurasia Congress in India in February 2018.

The organizers of the Forum are the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation and the St. Petersburg State Economic University.