QuintessenceLabs updates qClient, expands KMIP client support for large organizations

QuintessenceLabs, the leader in quantum-enhanced cybersecurity, announced the release of an enhanced version of their KMIP client software development kit (SDK), qClient.

The new qClient, developed in partnership with P6R, is a highly capable, server-neutral KMIP client SDK and is fully backwards compatible with previous versions.

The new qClient provides support for additional network transport formats, cryptographic operations, KMIP 2.0, PKCS #11 client applications, and additional operations and attributes for added capability in enterprise deployments. qClient will help broaden the use of KMIP for a wider range of platforms, with easier integration, meeting the growing need for interoperability in large network security infrastructures.

“qClient expands KMIP client support for the largest organizations,” said John Leiseboer, CTO of QuintessenceLabs, “the additional features introduced into qClient make it an ideal choice for integrating into enterprise key management and cryptographic applications – both new and legacy. Partnering with leading security software provider P6R has allowed us to broaden the use of our client SDK, and make it easier for more enterprises to use our suite of quantum-enhanced security solutions.”

“P6R’s Secure KMIP Client (SKC) toolkit is a perfect fit for the foundation of the new qClient,” said Jim Susoy, CEO of P6R, Inc., “The SKC toolkit is a leader in supporting the OASIS KMIP and OASIS PKC#11 standards, providing the new qClient interoperable and proven support for these standards. SKC has enabled QuintessenceLabs to easily expand qClient’s features and support of the KMIP standard.”