Posts tagged with: russia

The Ukrainian War Could Usher in Quantum Arms Race

“While there are no specific or credible cyber threats to the U.S. homeland at this time, Russia’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine, which has involved cyber-attacks on Ukrainian government and critical...

U.S. Gov’t Attempts to Stave off Leaks of U.S. Quantum Computing IP to China, Others

The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has issued a final rule adding twenty-seven foreign entities and individuals to the Entity List for engaging in activities that are contrary to...

Helium: A Commodity With Increased Potential – From the Quantum Computing Industry?

South African natural gas and helium producer Renergen’s (ASX:RLT) deal with helium trader Argonon could be the catalyst to establishing more pricing transparency in the sector, the company said today....

IBM, Skolkovo Researchers Enable Optical Switch, Operates at Room Temperature

Optical switching technology holds great promise for many applications but hot operating temperatures have been a key obstacle slowing progress. Now, a new optical switching device that can operate at...

NUST MISIS and MSU Scientists Synthesize New Spin Liquid Candidate

Russian scientists have synthesized a new material that exhibits the properties of spin liquid, an extremely rare phase of matter that arises in frustrated quantum magnets at low temperatures. Such...

Russian Railways Holding Company Tests Latest Technologies for Secure of Communication at Sheremetyevo Airport

Sheremetyevo International Airport, Russian Railways and TransTeleCom have carried out a test run of a quantum line and demonstrated the work of quantum communications technology at Sheremetyevo International Airport. ...