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We Create

World-changing Disruptive Technology.

Since its inception, OPē has poised itself to develop new and novel technologies. It has focused efforts in the field of Nano photonics, optical computing, and lightwave technology.

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“There are two kinds of cryptography in this world: cryptography that will stop your kid sister from reading your files, and cryptography that will stop major governments from reading your files.” Bruce Schneier

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THE PROBLEM

In this modern age of technology, the vulnerability in software encryption is an ever-increasing problem.

  • Internet of Things

  • Multiple devices, platforms, applications

  • Dramatic increase in hacking

  • The rise of Artificial Intelligence 

  • Lack in new paradigms for information security

REALTIME CYBER THREATS

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  • JP Morgan: 2014 - 83 million client accounts

  • Burlington Electric: 2016 - Vermont utility

  • SMFTA: 2016 - Ransomware for San Francisco city train system

  • Natanz: 2010 - Iranian uranium enrichment plant - Stuxnet

  • National Univ Singapore: 2014 - Government & Research Data

  • Airbus & Boeing: 2015 - Hacked systems in-flight

  • NHS UK: WannaCry 2017 - England’s hospital system

  • US Joint Chiefs: 2015 - Email servers

So what is the answer?

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Our Products

An optical numerical computation device relates light from a plurality of light sources to calculate an arithmetic solution. The optical numerical computation device includes input circuitry, pre-calculation circuitry, calculation circuitry, a light collection cavity, and a plurality of light computation components. 

OPē’s optoelectronic silicon chip, the Digitally Unclonable Optical Scrambler, offers a revolutionary paradigm shift in key management. Using proprietary encryption algorithms to encode and decode data, and photonic properties to scramble data signals, it is poised to be the world’s top data security product.

A light source is realized in a wall portion and a base portion forming a flexible structure, a the wall portion having a plurality of inward facing LEDs thereupon, a bottom edge of the wall portion being adjacent to an edge of the wide portion. The resulting well is subsequently filled with a material to form an optical cavity, the height of the resultant optical cavity being matching a top edge of the wall portion.

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