India joins the global community in the quantum computing race.

India’s Centre for Development of Advanced Computing Conference Supporting Quantum Computing and Quantum Cryptography

India’s Centre for Development of Advanced Computing Conference Supporting Quantum Computing and Quantum Cryptography.  India looks to keep stride in the marathon of quantum computing.  Tying efforts with high-performance computing and cybersecurity, a conference will be held this week to discuss further applications of disruptive […]

Two-Dimensional Arrays, Atomic-clocks, Quantum Simulation, Quantum Computing: All from Cooling and Trapping Atoms

Two-Dimensional Arrays, Atomic-clocks, Quantum Simulation, Quantum Computing: All from Cooling and Trapping Atoms.  A report presented by nature.com consolidates results from several studies focusing on “the cooling and trapping of single strontium and ytterbium atoms in two-dimensional arrays.”  The quantum computing nexus is that these […]

NIST Publishes “How-to” for Shifting Cryptographic Methods ala Protect Systems from Quantum Computing

NIST Publishes “How-to” for Shifting Cryptographic Methods Ala Protect Systems from Quantum Computing.  Last week the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology released Special Publication 800-131A Revision 2, “Transitioning the Use of Cryptographic Algorithms and Key Lengths”.  The document addresses not only the possibility […]

U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology Post-quantum Computing Project Update

  U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology Post-quantum Computing Project Update.  FCW is reporting the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology, Chief of the Computer Security Division, Matthew Scholl, discussed current the post-quantum cryptography standardization project during a briefing to the Information Security […]

Proving Quantum Dot Efficiency

Proving Quantum Dot Efficiency.  Excerpt:  Tiny, easy-to-produce particles, called quantum dots, may soon take the place of more expensive single crystal semiconductors in advanced electronics found in solar panels, camera sensors and medical imaging tools.  Although quantum dots have begun to break into the consumer […]

Australia Must Change “Do Nothing” Approach to Succeed in Disruptive Technology Economy, Quantum Computing Environment

Australia Must Change “Do Nothing” Approach to Succeed in Disruptive Technology Economy, Quantum Computing Environment.  Former Telstra executive, David Thodey, is pitching a warning at Australia: “Do nothing” and your economic future will not “look pretty.” Conducting a national review, Thodey’s is encouraging the Australian government […]

Qrypt Awarded Licensing of Quantum Random Number Generator from Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Qrypt Awarded Licensing of Quantum Random Number Generator from Oak Ridge National Laboratory.  The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory awarded Qrypt one of two of its licensing awards.  The award fully recognizes the successful transfer of federal laboratory technologies to the marketplace.  From […]

Commercially Available 4-Qubit Quantum Processor Provides Cryptographic Security

Commercially Available 4-Qubit Quantum Processor Provides Cryptographic Security.  Cambridge Quantum Computing (“CQC”), a leader in quantum computing technologies, will be demonstrating “IronBridge” – the world’s first commercially available certifiable Quantum Cryptographic Device – in booth # 1847C at this year’s RSA Conference in San Francisco. […]

U.S. National Science Foundation Soliciting Proposals for Quantum Leap Challenge Institutes

U.S. National Science Foundation Soliciting Proposals for Quantum Leap Challenge Institutes.  The Quantum Leap initiative augments a wide range of NSF investments in quantum information science and engineering.  These efforts, combined with activities supported by other entities, including other government agencies and industry, indicate that […]