BasejumpSIM can simulate a quantum delivery network in software including QKD devices running over fiber and QKD satellite links. Different network topologies, QKD link segments and network traffic scenarios can be modelled in the cloud so as to approximate how an actual QKD network might behave in a real operational environment. BasejumpSIM users can answer the question “How do I make my network run better, faster or at a higher capacity?” by modelling their network in a cloud environment that is easier and more cost effective than trying to use actual QKD devices during their planning steps.
BasejumpSIM supports an ETSI v014 compliant REST interface, through which user applications can obtain keys. Most QKD-capable devices and key management systems adhere to the REST API. Customers can test their applications against BasejumpSIM to ensure that they are capable of obtaining QKD keys and use them for Quantum-safe communications.
Interested in discovering what happens to your IT environment when QKD devices slow down or fail? A Quantum Delivery Network can ensure that production environments remain functional, even when new QKD key material is not being produced. This allows networking professionals to best determine what network topologies to deploy to ensure for redundant network operations that are resiliant to failures at the physical QKD layer of the network. BasejumpSIM allows customers to experiment with these potential scenarios.
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