The Goal

Our Mission



We want to expand the limits of human capability to help solve the world's biggest problems.


Mission Statement

To accomplish our vision, we aim to accelerate healthcare research by pushing the boundaries of efficient and secure communication.


Anaxa has laid out a 6-step plan over the span of the next 10 years to implement our vision.


Additional Research

Additional research on the hardware for the qIoT devices. Note any new developments for single-photon transmitters and receivers as well as their efficiency and scalability for implementation. Pursue research on quantum repeater technology with optical cross-connects.

Protocol Testing

Test QKD protocols with the qIoT devices, ex. BB84 and DPS protocols. Note the rate of kbps/dB attenuation, the ideal is 400 kbps/ dB attenuation (100 km). Track the average photon flux for the signal and decoy pulses as well as the emission probabilities for the vacuum, decoy and signal pulses. The data collected would be used to determine the most efficient model.

Develop Hardware

Set the telecommunication fiber optic cables at the marks where the transmission will occur. Develop the scalable transmitter and receiver chips that are able to be implemented within an IoT device.

Planning and Design

Plan and test the design for the quantum satellite in order to achieve a free-space network to a base station on ground. Determine type of light-altering crystal, polarizing beam-splitter and pump laser. Develop hardware for the repeater device and distribute in necessary areas.

Validate and Implement

Get the quantum satellite initiative approved and validated. Determine the method for launch of the satellites. Obtain sponsors/raise capital to provide for the launch.


Start the journey in providing more secure and efficient communication with qIoT devices to help improve patient monitoring, cancer detection and smart tag distribution.