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We are pleased to propose a joint research project with your entity. The purpose  leads to explore new opportunities in the field of space telecommunication, cybersecurity and Quantum technology.

In order to achieve our goals, we believe that collaboration is essential.

Our hacker-proof company has extensive experience and expertise in {relevant experience and expertise}.

 We will work closely with your team to ensure that each phase is completed on time and meets the project objectives.

Quantum Key Distribution


Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) is a type of communication method for exchanging encryption keys known only between shared parties based on quantum physics, and therefore guarantees unprecedented security.

In addition to the obvious areas such as telecommunications, navigation, or civil security many others also depend on data from satellites
(e.g., agriculture, finance, entertainment). Last but not least, given the growing geopolitical tensions, secure communication is crucial for the safe functioning of the state, as evidenced by the situation in Ukraine.

CORAC Engineering, as a space technology company, wants to explore commercial viability of QKD solutions that might lead to the ability to secure communications in a way that is literally unbreakable by today's means. The company could contribute to the development with SW/HW components for securing the mission itself (securing in-orbit SW updates, code signing, access management), but is looking for a partner to cover expertise in advanced photonics, optics, laser sources, HW miniaturization, and quantum physics.

In-orbit data center

An in-orbit data center is a revolutionary concept in the field of space technology. It involves launching a data center in space, which can be used for a multitude of purposes. The data center is equipped with high-speed communication systems that enable it to transmit data to Earth in real-time.

One of the primary advantages of an in-orbit data center is the ability to store massive amounts of data. The data center can be used to store data generated by satellites, space probes, and other space-based instruments. This data can then be processed and analyzed on the data center, without the need to transmit it back to Earth. This can significantly reduce the time and cost involved in data processing.

Another advantage of an in-orbit data center is the ability to provide continuous data services. Satellites in orbit typically have limited connectivity with Earth due to their orbit, which can result in interruptions in data transmission. However, an in-orbit data center can provide continuous data services, as it can communicate with the satellites and other space-based instruments in real-time.


In conclusion, an in-orbit data center is a game-changer in the field of space technology. It has the potential to revolutionize the way we collect, store, and process data in space. With the advancements in space technology, we can expect to see more such innovative concepts being developed in the future.

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