The rate at which quantum computing is hitting the media stream is ever-increasing. This piece is a collection of recent articles and reports covering various aspects of quantum computing from the lens of business and industry. Mea Cubitt

Financial services to spend USD 450 mln on quantum computing by 2026 | The forecasts provided in this report are of quantum hardware, software, and services expenditure by the financial sector from 2021 and 2026. The quantum technology analyst firm conducted a research and launched a report on quantum tech, suggesting also that the above value is growing to just over USD 2 billion by 2030.  Source: THE PAYPERS.   Financial services to spend USD 450 mln on quantum computing by 2026…

Quantum Computing Market is Going to Boom With International Business Machines, Google, D-Wave Systems | A new business intelligence report released by Advance Market Analytics with title Global Quantum Computing Market Insights, forecast to 2027. This report provides a detailed overview of key factors in the Global Quantum Computing Market and factors such as driver, restraint, past and current trends, regulatory scenarios and technology development. A thorough analysis of these factors has been conducted to determine future growth prospects in the global market.  Source: openPR.   Quantum Computing Market is Going to Boom With International Business Machines, Google, D-Wave Systems…

QCI CEO Discusses How Bridging Classical and Quantum Computing Can Deliver Business Value Today | Robert Liscouski, CEO of Quantum Computing Inc. (QCI) (OTCQB: QUBT), joined acclaimed business thought leader, Scott Becker, on his popular Scott Becker Private Equity Podcast, to discuss the increasing demand for quantum computing solutions by today’s businesses seeking better and new solutions to complex problems.  Source: AP.   QCI CEO Discusses How Bridging Classical and Quantum Computing Can Deliver Business Value Today…

TSMC dossier (7): Is Samsung a real challenger? | The reason why I am so optimistic about the competition between TSMC and Samsung is that neither quantum technology nor in-memory computing will dictate the outcome before 2025. Even if Samsung is able to make a breakthrough, it will not enter commercialization and make a significant impact until sometime in the 2030s.  Source: DIGITIMESasia.   TSMC dossier (7): Is Samsung a real challenger?

Card industry braces for security threats from quantum computing | And an increasing number of firms are investing in quantum computing, reports IDC, adding the companies that are investing more than 17% of their IT budgets on quantum computing will nearly triple in the next two years. Among those investing in quantum, 20% are already using it and 66% will begin using it in the next two years. The use cases most cited are accelerated business development and artificially intelligence enhancement.  Source: AMERICAN BANKER.   Card industry braces for security threats from quantum computing…

QCI CEO Discusses How Bridging Classical and Quantum Computing Can Deliver Business Value Today … | Robert Liscouski, CEO of Quantum Computing Inc. (QCI) (OTCQB: QUBT), joined acclaimed business thought leader, Scott Becker, on his popular Scott Becker Private Equity Podcast, to discuss the increasing demand for quantum computing solutions by today’s businesses seeking better and new solutions to complex problems.  Source: AP.   QCI CEO Discusses How Bridging Classical and Quantum Computing Can Deliver Business Value Today ……

News Financial services to spend USD 450 mln on quantum computing by 2026 | The forecasts provided in this report are of quantum hardware, software, and services expenditure by the financial sector from 2021 and 2026. The quantum technology analyst firm conducted a research and launched a report on quantum tech, suggesting also that the above value is growing to just over USD 2 billion by 2030.  Source: THE PAYPERS.   News Financial services to spend USD 450 mln on quantum computing by 2026…

Startup hopes the world is ready to buy quantum processors | Early in its history, computing was dominated by time-sharing systems. These systems were powerful machines (for their time, at least) that multiple users connected to in order to perform computing tasks. To an extent, quantum computing has repeated this history, with companies like Honeywell, IBM, and Rigetti making their machines available to users via cloud services. Companies pay based on the amount of time they spend executing algorithms on the hardware.  Source: ars TECHNICA.   Startup hopes the world is ready to buy quantum processors…

Dutch VC firm FORWARD.one launches new €100M fund to back high-tech hardware startups | Amstelveen, Netherlands-based venture capital firm FORWARD.one has announced the launch of its second fund – three years after the start of its first fund. The firm says its second fund target size is €100M, and that a large part of it has now been pledged by high net worth entrepreneurs, most of whom were already involved in the first fund.   Source: silicon canals.   Dutch VC firm FORWARD.one launches new €100M fund to back high-tech hardware startups…

Intel Stock – Intel Enables Better Data Security with Crypto Acceleration | Data is essentially the “oil” or “gold” of the Internet Era. Data is crucial for both businesses and individuals—and has significant value for cybercriminals. Data needs to be protected, but that is often easier said than done. Encryption is one of the most effective and widely used methods for protecting data, but the security it provides is a function of the strength of the algorithm, and you need to have a balance between security and performance—a balance that will be even more difficult as quantum computing continues to evolve. Intel recognizes the challenges that come with encryption and is working to enable the future of computing by accelerating encryption at the hardware level.  Source: f i n t e c h ZOOM.   Intel Stock – Intel Enables Better Data Security with Crypto Acceleration…

Stevens, Rensselaer to establish first NSF-backed FinTech Research Center | Among its initial areas of focus will be cybersecurity; high-frequency automated markets; technology risk and regulation; commercialization; and applications of blockchain, quantum computing, natural language processing, artificial intelligence and machine learning  Source: NJBIZ.   Stevens, Rensselaer to establish first NSF-backed FinTech Research Center…

Closer Consulting Announces New Quantum Algorithms Programming Division | Closer Consulting is pleased to announce the launch of their new quantum algorithms programming division. 2021 so far has been an impressive year for Closer, celebrating its 15 years of success with deeper penetration into the European market specifically in the UK along with taking up new clients from countries like USA, Canada and Australia. Deep diving into sectors like banking, insurance, manufacturing, automobile, and energy, Closer is capitalizing on client’s data habits, risks, trends, etc. to build more analytical models. With a diverse data scientist team, the company invests a quarter of its earnings into research & development to stay ahead in the market especially with data science in Portugal and the United Kingdom.  Source: KaKe.   Closer Consulting Announces New Quantum Algorithms Programming Division…

Honeywell to present power of quantum computing at US pavilion Expo 2020 Dubai | Global technology leader Honeywell will showcase the power of quantum computing to millions of visitors from around the world at the USA Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai when it opens its doors in October 2021.  Source: msn news.   Honeywell to present power of quantum computing at US pavilion Expo 2020 Dubai…

QCI CEO Discusses How Bridging Classical and Quantum Computing Can Deliver Business Value Today on The Scott Becker Private Equity Podcast | The interview covered the emergence of QCI as the only public pure-play quantum software company, and its innovative approach to simplify quantum computing for non-quantum experts while offering a seamless bridge for business from quantum-enhanced classical computing today to hybrid and quantum computing tomorrow  Source: TMCNET NEWS.   QCI CEO Discusses How Bridging Classical and Quantum Computing Can Deliver Business Value Today on The Scott Becker Private Equity Podcast…