During the write up of my initial project proposal, I mentioned that I want to look into the implications that QKD will have upon enterprises. This is a very broad statement, and hence, I plan to come up with some ideas of what I could focus on in my final proposal.
QKD implication ideas:
- Focus on pricing of QKD implementation
- Cost of initial components ~$50 000 
- Cost of maintenance
- Consideration of quantum computing methods, and determine suitability as a commercial product 
- Rare earth metals
- Compare and contrast with current encryption methods 
- RSA encryption
- QKD influence on current key maintenance techniques 
- Technological focus
- People focus
- Business ‘best practice’ focus
In conclusion, I currently am considering that determining pricing for QKD implementation would be more difficult than what I have time for. I think that the QKD methods could still be useful in providing greater background into how it works, so I would like to do further research on this aspect.
My current plan is to take a further look into current encryption methods and their maintenance, and consider this as the focus of enterprise implications.
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