Sandbox AQ, a well-funded quantum software startup, has unveiled Sandwich, an open-source framework intended to assist programmers in creating more secure applications.
The company SandboxAQ was officially spun off from Alphabet Inc. last year as SB Technology Inc. It subsequently raised USD 500 million from a number of well-known investors. Marc Benioff, the founder of Salesforce Inc., through TIME Ventures, and Eric Schmidt, the former CEO of Google LLC, are both investors in the startup.
Helping businesses fight attempts to decrypt their encrypted data using quantum computers is one of SandboxAQ’s key areas of focus. This effort is expanded upon by the new Sandwich framework, which also promises to simplify business cybersecurity operations in other ways.