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Founded Year

2010

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$43.6M

About Euclid Analytics

Euclid Analytics offers an analytics platform which delivers insights to improve customer traffic, satisfaction and loyalty for brick and mortar retailers. The Euclid sensor anonymously detects smartphones as they move around the area of stores, both inside and out. Using this data, Euclid provides succinct, easy-to-understand analytics reports that give users insight into shopper behavior. All measurement is anonymous, all network data is encrypted, and all unique-identifiers are anonymized, and cannot be reverse engineered by stores to reveal a visitor's identity.

Euclid Analytics Headquarters Location

400 Alabama Street

San Francisco, California, 94110,

United States

800-681-2156

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Expert Collections containing Euclid Analytics

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Euclid Analytics is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Store management tech (In-store retail tech).

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Store management tech (In-store retail tech)

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Startups aiming to work with retailers to improve brick-and-mortar retail store operations.

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Grocery Retail Tech

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Startups providing B2B solutions to grocery businesses to improve their store and omni-channel performance. Includes customer analytics platforms, in-store robots, predictive inventory management systems, online enablement for grocers and consumables retailers, and more.

Latest Euclid Analytics News

How Quantum Physics Leads to Decrypting Common Algorithms

Sep 26, 2022

YouTuber minutephysics explains how Shor's algorithm builds on existing formulae like Euclid's algorithm and Fourier transforms to leverage quantum superpositioning and break encryption. minutephysics PDF The rise of quantum computing and its implications for current encryption standards are well known. But why exactly should quantum computers be especially adept at breaking encryption? The answer is a nifty bit of mathematical juggling called Shor's algorithm . The question that still leaves is: What is it that this algorithm does that causes quantum computers to be so much better at cracking encryption? In this video , YouTuber minutephysics explains it in his traditional whiteboard cartoon style. "Quantum computation has the potential to make it super, super easy to access encrypted data — like having a lightsaber you can use to cut through any lock or barrier, no matter how strong," minutephysics says. "Shor's algorithm is that lightsaber." According to the video, Shor's algorithm works off the understanding that for any pair of numbers, eventually multiplying one of them by itself will reach a factor of the other number plus or minus 1. Thus you take a guess at the first number and factor it out, adding and subtracting 1, until you arrive at the second number. That would unlock the encryption (specifically RSA here, but it works on some other types ) because we would then have both factors. One reason why this seemingly simple process relies on the development of powerful quantum computers is that finding the correct power to multiply the first number by in order to find a factor of the second number (N) ± 1 takes an enormous amount of tries. The encryption key is quite a long number and thus the power could be anything from 1 to millions. But brute force is not why quantum computers work so well here. The Superpowers of Superpositions Briefly, thanks to quantum superpositioning, a quantum computer can calculate many answers for a single input. However, the video says that you only get one answer output at a time, with probabilities attached. To solve that issue, the calculation is set up so that wrong answers interfere with each other so that only the correct answer (or at least a good guess) is likely to be output. That calculation, which focuses on finding the right power p, is Shor's algorithm. It's all extremely mathemagical, involving an assist from Euclid's algorithm , as well as a quantum Fourier transform that turns a series of superpositions of superpositions into sine waves that either constructively (add to each other) or destructively interfere — i.e., cancel each other out. The video says that, essentially, you can rig it so that only 1/p is saved, with all the other answers destructively interfered out of contention. Once you're there, it's a walk in the park to find p, which makes finding the two encryption factors a whole lot easier. Watch the whole video for more details, and to maybe feel a little smarter. By the way, Peter Shor is still thriving , and if you're interested in a deep dive on how he broke the Internet, here's another video where the man himself explains how he figured out his eponymous masterpiece.

  • When was Euclid Analytics founded?

    Euclid Analytics was founded in 2010.

  • Where is Euclid Analytics's headquarters?

    Euclid Analytics's headquarters is located at 400 Alabama Street, San Francisco.

  • What is Euclid Analytics's latest funding round?

    Euclid Analytics's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Euclid Analytics raise?

    Euclid Analytics raised a total of $43.6M.

  • Who are the investors of Euclid Analytics?

    Investors of Euclid Analytics include WeWork, Harrison Metal, New Enterprise Associates, Benchmark, Cox Enterprises and 12 more.

  • Who are Euclid Analytics's competitors?

    Competitors of Euclid Analytics include NeuString and 3 more.

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