(EIN-News) The technical report ‘Security Considerations for Quantum Key Distribution Network’ from ID Quantique and SK Telecom received final ITU-T approval at ITU-T Study Group 17 (SG17) e-meeting held from March 17 to 26, 2020. This marks the first-ever quantum key distribution (QKD)* – related standardization work completed by SG 17, which coordinates security-work across…..

Read More

(EETimes) In order to support the security of the internet and other cryptographic-based technologies, it is necessary to increase mathematical research to build the cryptography of tomorrow, which is resistant to quantum attacks and will become known as post-quantum or quantum-resistant cryptography. “Security requirements of IoT devices can be very complex,” said Dr. Thomas Poeppelmann,…..

Read More

(ClevelandJewishNews) Elta systems, a division of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), is teaming up with the Boston-based MassChallenge startup accelerator, which will assist startups developing an array of sensors and quantum-based technology. MassChallenge also maintains a headquarters in Jerusalem. This year’s program will seek out startups that develop high-frequency sensors, quantum computing and other systems—some of…..

Read More

(Engineer.co.uk) An international team of researchers believe they have made a breakthrough in the development of quantum-enhanced optical systems that could lead to advances in encryption, communication and measurement. Led by Matteo Clerici at Glasgow University’s James Watt School of Engineering, the team of researchers from the UK, Japan and Germany are said to have…..

Read More

(Nanotech-Now) A team of researchers at the University of Illinois, led by physicist Vidya Madhavan, in collaboration with researchers from the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the University of Maryland, Boston College, and ETH Zurich, have used high-resolution microscopy tools to peer at the inner-workings of an unusual type of superconductor, uranium ditelluride (UTe2)……

Read More

(Inverse.com) A team of physicists and astronomers from the University College of London (UCL) say in a new study that it could help cardiologists better identify and treat a common, yet debilitating, heart condition called atrial fibrillation (AF.) AF affects millions of people in the U.S. every year by causing an irregular or skipping heartbeat…..

Read More

(UArk.edu) A recent discovery by University of Arkansas physicists could help researchers establish the existence of quantum spin liquids, a new state of matter. They’ve been a mystery since they were first proposed in the 1970s. If proven to exist, quantum spin liquids would be a step toward much faster, next-generation quantum computing. Scientists have…..

Read More

(GlobalNewsHut) The Cipher Temporary interview Jake Taylor, Assistant Director for Quantum on the Workplace of Science and Expertise Coverage on the White Home and Marie O’Neill ‘Neill’ Sciarrone, Co-founder and President at Trinity Cyber and asks each to respond to this questions: “What are one or two important items that citizens should understand concerning the…..

Read More

(ZDNet) Summary of ZDnet’s Tonya Hall’s interviews with Bob Sutor, VP of IBM’s Quantum Ecosystem. They also discuss Dr. Sutor’s book “Dancing with Qubits: How Quantum Computing Works & How It Can Change the World”. The entire discussion is very much worth the time to click through for the entire video. Sutor explained that IBM…..

Read More
Posted by 03 Apr 2020

(ElectronicsWeekly) SK Telecom and ID Quantique today announced that their technical report titled ‘Security Considerations for Quantum Key Distribution Network (TR.sec-qkd)’ has received final ITU-T approval at ITU-T Study Group 17 (SG17) e-meeting held from March 17 to 26, 2020. This marks the first-ever quantum key distribution (QKD) – related standardization work completed by SG…..

Read More
0