China plans to launch a network that it says will detect an attack on it very quickly. Some are suggesting it'll be an unhackable network. I'm not convinced that's the correct terminology. Also, why does a claim such as that suggest to me it's showing a red rag to a bull!
However, the interesting part, for me, is the suggestion about the encryption becoming out-of-date and the use of quantum computing and encryption keys sent via separate message looks interesting.
The technology it has turned to is quantum cryptography, a radical break from the traditional encryption methods around. The Chinese project in the city of Jinan has been touted as a milestone by state media. China Claims it's Launching an "Unhackable" Network [bbc.co.uk]