(IQT.Europe) Terrill Frantz, Associate Professor of eBusiness and Cybersecurity, Harrisburg University, has agreed to speak at IQT Europe on the panel: “Jobs and Education in the Quantum Technology Sector.” Terrill Frantz is the lead for the Next Generation Technologies / Quantum Information Science master-degree program at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, where he is…..

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(Sifted.eu) Cambridge Quantum Computing has announced the roll-out of a certifiably quantum, cloud-based random number generation service. random number generation appears to be one of the first uses of quantum computing that big companies might actually be willing to pay for after billions spent on applications that are more theoretically interesting than practical. A wide…..

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(IQT.QuantumNetworkingReport) Inside Quantum Technology has published an update of its acclaimed “Quantum Networking” report. (There have been substantial investments and developments in quantum networking since January 2020 when the Quantum Networks Report was first published. In the updated report, IQT provides the original ten-year forecasts of the quantum networking market, but supplemented with the latest…..

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(HPC.Wire) IBM is announcing its first IBM Quantum education and research initiative for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), aimed at driving a diverse and inclusive quantum workforce. Led by Howard University and 12 additional HBCUs, the IBM-HBCU Quantum Center will offer access to its quantum computers, as well as collaboration on academic, education, and…..

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Posted by 18 Sep 2020

(Miraex) Swiss-based startup Miraex has joined the IBM Q Network. Using IBM’s state-of-the-art quantum infrastructure and accompanying expertise, Miraex is working on simulation and pulse-level control of quantum hardware. Miraex has been founded by an international team of entrepreneurs and located at EPFL’s Innovation Park in Lausanne. The team of experienced quantum scientists and engineers…..

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(HBR) The quantum race is already underway. Governments and private investors all around the world are pouring billions of dollars into quantum research and development. Satellite-based quantum key distribution for encryption has been demonstrated, laying the groundwork for a potential quantum security-based global communication network. IBM, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and other companies are investing heavily…..

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(PRNewsWire) A quantum research competition inviting universities and nonprofits to compete for free time on a quantum computer was just announced by three collaborating organizations. The Universities Space Research Association (USRA) a non-profit organization chartered by the National Academy of Sciences and NASA to advance space exploration and science and engage the University community in…..

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(QuantumXchange) Quantum Xchange has been selected as a 2020 Honoree of the Cybersecurity Impact Awards in the Start-Up to Watch category! Now in its second year, the award recognizes companies located in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia (DMV) for their leadership and innovation within the cybersecurity industry. These are the firms that should be on…..

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(IQT.Europe) Inside Quantum Technology-Europe Online welcomes QunaSys to the online exhibit Hall October 26-30, 2020. QunaSys was established to bring out quantum physics to the front stage and realize the technology that couldn’t be achieved with conventional technology by actively taking advantage of quantum mechanics. Research and development of quantum computer hardware are advancing rapidly, and…..

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(IQT.Europe) Philip Makotyn, Sr. Quantum Marketing Manager, Honeywell; has agreed to speak at IQT Europe on the panel: “Quantum Computing: Technical and Architectural Trends” at 2:05 on October 27. Dr. Philip Makotyn is a business leader at Honeywell Quantum Solutions driving to commercialize next-generation quantum computing systems. Philip has more than a decade of experience…..

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