BOSTON, June 7, 2023 — Aliro Quantum has announced it has been named a Gold-level winner in three categories of the 18th Annual 2023 Globee Awards for Information Technology. AliroNet, Aliro’s multipurpose entanglement-based secure network solution, was awarded gold in the start up achievement of the year in both IT Software and Telecommunications, as well as earning the gold award for Software Defined Networking.
The Globee Awards are organizers of the world’s premier business awards programs and business ranking lists, and this program honors achievements in the information technology and cybersecurity industries worldwide. The judging process involved the active participation of over 600 judges from diverse corners of the globe, representing a broad spectrum of industry experts who contributed their expertise to evaluate and assess the submissions received.
In a press release, San Madan, President of Globee Awards, stated, “I am honored to congratulate the remarkable winners of the 2023 Globee Awards for Information Technology. Your dedication, innovation, and impactful contributions have set new standards of excellence in the IT industry. Your accomplishments inspire us all and reinforce the transformative power of technology. I commend each winner for their relentless pursuit of excellence and their unwavering commitment to driving progress in the digital era.”
“Less than a year after our official launch, AliroNet has already been recognized with numerous prestigious business awards, demonstrating that there is an appetite for multipurpose entanglement-based secure networks,” said Michael Wood, CMO with Aliro Quantum. “We’re extremely proud of what we’ve accomplished and will continue to explore and develop additional use cases for entanglement-based quantum networking including quantum secure communications, scaling quantum computers, and more. ”
Aliro Quantum offers AliroNet to emulate, pilot, and deploy entanglement-based secure 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.