Latest quantum publications
A partnership between technology firm Fujitsu and the RIKEN Research Institute is on track to produce the first commercialised domestic quantum computer in Japan.
Using technology provided by Toshiba, scientists at the University of Chicago have been able to connect the city of Chicago and suburban labs via a quantum network. This expanded network will be used by researchers to test new communication devices, security protocols and algorithms. There are now six nodes on the Chicago network in total… Read More
The world is one step closer to having a totally secure internet and an answer to the growing threat of cyber-attacks, according to scientists.
A prototype, designed by a team at the University of Bristol, could transform the security of online communication for millions of people across the globe.
It appears Honeywell has come good on its pledge to build the “highest-performing” quantum computer in the world.
Last March, the operational technology multinational claimed it cracked a quantum computing conundrum that would enable it to build the record-breaking machine in three months.
Chinese technology group Tencent Holdings has announced plans to invest $70bn upping its capabilities in cloud computing, AI, blockchain, IoT and quantum computing over the next five years.
As part of the investment, announced on WeChat this week, Tencent said it will spend billions building hyperscale data centres, supercomputers and sprawling 5G networks.