Posts tagged with: Commercialization

Quantum Computing Ambition: Japan Aims for 10M Users by 2030

Japan plans to bring into service its first homegrown quantum computer by the end of March next year and have 10 million people using the technology by 2030....

The Quantum Apocalypse:  First Wave of Huge Revenues Will Go to Consulting Firms, the Next Wave Will Come Down to Vendors

While a fully-fledged quantum computer doesn’t appear to exist yet, there is already worry about its ability to crack encryption underpinning critical communications...

Australia and U.S. Agree to Collaborate on Quantum Technology Innovation and Commercialisation

Australia and the United States have signed a joint statement to cooperate on quantum technology innovation and commercialization....

QUNNECT Announces Sale of World’s 1st Commercial Quantum Memory

Qunnect, INC., a Quantum Networking company, announces the sale of the world's first commercial Quantum Memory to Brookhaven National Laboratory. Quantum Memories are critical components for enabling future quantum-secure networks,...

Quantum Xchange and Thales Collaborate to Secure Networks Against the Quantum Apocalypse

Quantum Xchange, delivering the future of encryption with its leading-edge key distribution platform has collaborated with Thales to offer immediate quantum-safe and crypto-agile key delivery capabilities. The resulting quantum-resistant network...

SEEQC UK Awarded £6.8M Innovate UK Grant to Build Enterprise-Level Quantum Enhanced Computer for Pharmaceutical R&D

SEEQC, the Digital Quantum Computing company, announced its UK-based team has been awarded a £6.85M grant from Innovate UK to build a commercially scalable application-specific quantum computer designed to tackle...