If we could not find room for it, time to digest it, or a reason to run it during the past week, we have collected it here.  Not a recap for the week, but a cleanup of pieces we received and just could not get to.

Because Quantum is Coming. Qubit.

01 Communique Invites Email Users to Try IronCAP X Personal Usage Email | 01 Communique Laboratory Inc. invites all email users to try out their new IronCAP X personal usage email encryption product as it will be free to personal users after the April 23rd product launch. The Company’s IronCAP X email encryption technology is designed to be safe against future attack from quantum computer. Therefore, it has a higher protection level than current GPG, or GNU Privacy Guard public key cryptography implementation platforms, and at the same time, easier for non-technical users.  Source:  PR-Inside.  Andrew Cheung,  01 Communique Invites Email Users to Try IronCAP X Personal Usage Email…

Quantum Computing at CERN: a Brief Guide through Hype and Reality | However, do not hold your breath yet: the “hype factor” around quantum computing should be taken with care. We are at the beginning of a new generation of computing devices that will presumably take a few more years of hardware and software developments to become practically usable in production. Nonetheless, this is exactly why we need to start building experience and capacity now if the community wants to be ready to exploit this potential for future generations of experiments.  Source:  CERN openlab.  Alberto Di Meglio,  Quantum Computing at CERN: a Brief Guide through Hype and Reality…

Cambridge Quantum Computing, Total Announce Collaboration to Develop Quantum Algorithms for Carbon Capture, Utilization, Storage | Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) announced that they have entered into a multi-year partnership with Total S.A. to develop quantum algorithms and quantum computing solutions for advanced carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technologies… The collaboration will use CQC’s expertise in quantum computing and quantum chemistry, including the utilization of CQC’s industry-leading quantum chemistry platform ‘EUMEN’, to support and help develop Total’s CCUS R&D efforts.  Source:  HPC wire.  Cambridge Quantum Computing, Total Announce Collaboration to Develop Quantum Algorithms for Carbon Capture, Utilization, Storage…

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