(VentureBeat) Amazon today announced the general availability of Amazon Braket, a fully managed Amazon Web Services (AWS) product that provides a development environment for exploring and designing novel quantum algorithms. Customers can tap Braket — which launched in preview last December — to test and troubleshoot algorithms on simulated quantum computers running in the cloud…..

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(LondonLovesBusiness) Sectigo, a leading provider of automated digital identity management and web security solutions, announced the launch of Sectigo Quantum Labs to help organizations prepare for the time when quantum computers render existing standard encryption algorithms obsolete. As part of the company’s quantum initiative, Sectigo has partnered with ISARA Corporation, a leading provider of crypto-agile…..

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(UrgentComm) Russian company Quanttelecom is developing a quantum communication technology for protection of transport-related data against man-in-the-middle attacks. So far, the developer has made three real-world implementations in the national road transport system, including 500, 125 and 50 miles fiber-optic lines. As quantum technologies advance at pace, more companies are thinking how to apply them…..

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(Space.com) A team of researchers has developed a new and improved protocol for quantum communication. The researchers behind the experiment used a low-orbit satellite named Micius, named after the ancient Chinese philosopher, to downlink data to an optical ground station. Micius launched in the year 2016 as the first quantum communication satellite and has been…..

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(WSJ) Amazon.com Inc.’s cloud division said Thursday it has launched a commercial service that allows millions of customers to experiment with quantum computing platforms produced by three technology companies. The launch follows a test period of about eight months of the service with academic institutions and companies including Fidelity Investments Inc. Fidelity has increased its…..

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(InterestingEngineering) “Noise” is the biggest problem lying before the large-scale development of quantum computers may now be solved, according to a new paper in the journal Nature Physics suggesting a way to control noise and potentially opening the door to more advanced quantum computing systems. The new paper offers a way of confronting the noise…..

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(U.Oregon.edu) The UO is a collaborator on a newly announced engineering research center funded by a $26 million grant from the National Science Foundation. Led by the University of Arizona, the Center for Quantum Networks will lay the groundwork for the nation’s quantum information network. Along with UO physics faculty members Michael Raymer and Brian…..

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(UMass.edu) Computer Scientist Don Towsley Named to Team Developing the Quantum Internet. The National Science Foundation this week announced a five-year, $26 million initial grant to a consortium led by the University of Arizona to form a new Engineering Research Center, the Center for Quantum Networks (CQN), with partners at Harvard, Yale and MIT, among…..

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(CampusTechnology) Mary Grush, Editor & Conference Program Director of Campus Technology conducts a Q&A with Travis Humble, a distinguished scientist and director of the Quantum Computing Institute at Oak Ridge National Laboratory with a joint faculty appointment at the University of Tennessee, where he is an assistant professor with the Bredesen Center for Interdisciplinary Research…..

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(InsideQuantumTechnology) Get ready for the upcoming Inside Quantum Technology Europe 2020 Online October 26-30 by joining the IQT User Groups on Slack.  The IQT User Groups via Slack  will give you a head start with professional networking, relationship building, and exchange of information for the event and after. IQT User Groups via Slack provide the…..

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