All Insights from Niobium

October 18, 2021

Niobium Announces ADIDRUS Contract

Niobium Microsystems is excited to announce our latest contract award, Automated Detection, Inference, and Deceptive Response for Unmanned Systems (ADIDRUS), supporting the Air Force Research Lab.  Our talented engineers will create techniques, protocols, and tools enabling the design, development, and verification of embedded systems to help minimize attack surface and enable high-assurance system development.   The […]

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October 4, 2021

Niobium hires Dr. Luke Duncan as Chief Scientist

Niobium is proud to welcome Dr. Luke Duncan to Niobium Microsystems as its Chief Scientist. Dr. Duncan’s field of expertise is advanced integrated circuit designs spanning analog, RF, mixed-signal, and digital systems. Prior to joining Niobium, Dr. Duncan supported research efforts at the AFRL and the OSD. His Ph.D. in Computer Engineering is from the […]

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September 29, 2021

Niobium chosen for the First Round of the 2021 NASA Entrepreneurs Challenge

Niobium Microsystems is excited to announce we have been selected for an award from the NASA Entrepreneurs Challenge under the SmallSat Science Technologies focus area. The challenge is looking for ideas that advance the state-of-the-art in three technology focus areas and apply to both NASA objects and commercial applications. President, Colin Morrow, believes “This research […]

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August 9, 2021

Niobium announces DARPA contract

Niobium Microsystems is proud to announce its first contract as a spinout of Galois in support of the DARPA Program Data Protection in Virtual Environments (DPRIVE).  For this program, Niobium is developing a Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) hardware accelerator. Historically, the state of the art of FHE processing has been very slow, millions of times […]

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March 5, 2021

Why Niobium?

Today’s microelectronics space is quickly evolving to meet power, performance, and security (PPaS) demands.  In response, custom ASIC designs are creating a rapidly growing market. This is why Niobium Microsystems, a spinout of Galois Inc., was founded. The combination of our novel design techniques and custom intellectual property (IP) at advanced process nodes makes it […]

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