(IQT-NYC) The Inside Quantum Technology-New York City event welcomes QuantumXchange to the exhibit Hall April 2-3, 2020. Robust Exhibit Hall: Quantum Xchange joins Diamond Sponsor IBM, Toshiba, QuTech, Q-CTRL, VTT, XMA-Spectra, QC Ware, Zurich Instruments, Harrisburg University, Quintessence Labs, Seeqc,  Cambridge Quantum Computing and Quantum Exchange in the exhibit hall. John Prisco, CEO & President…..

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Posted by 27 Jan 2020

(IEEESpectrum) Today’s quantum-computer processors must operate inside cryogenic enclosures at near absolute zero, but the electronics needed for readout and control don’t work at such temperatures. So those circuits must reside outside the refrigerator. For today’s sub-100-qubit systems, there’s still enough space for specialized cabling to make the connection. But for future million-qubit systems, there…..

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(PRNewswire) Xanadu, a Canadian quantum hardware and technology company has received a $4.4M investment from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC). The investment will expedite the development of Xanadu’s photonic quantum computers and make them available over the cloud. This project will also further the company’s overall progress towards the construction of energy-efficient universal quantum computers……

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Posted by 27 Jan 2020

(Phys.org) Physicists at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich together with colleagues at Saarland University, have successfully demonstrated the transport of an entangled state between an atom and a photon via an optic fiber over a distance of up to 20 km—thus setting a new record and paving the way for quantum networks. The entangled state…..

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(Engineering&Technology) In a wide-ranging discussion, President of space and quantum at Teledyne e2v Miles Adcock discusses his company’s quantum development. “There’s a lot of talk and misunderstanding about what quantum is and what it does.”Adcock says that he’s not involved in quantum computing. “Quantum covers a lot of other things, and it is as simple…..

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(SierraVentures.blog) The Sierra Ventures CXO Advisory Board selected Quantum Computing as the number one next-gen technology they were interested in learning about in 2020, surpassing other technology interests including Digital Twins, Autonomous Vehicles, Augmented Reality, Blockchain, 5G, Robotics, and Digital Identity. The Sierra Ventures CXO Advisory Board is a consortium of Global 1000 IT executives…..

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(HealthcareIT) Leading-edge technologies – genomics-focused data and analytics, and quantum computing – are among the areas attracting healthcare investment interest this year. “We expect 2020 to mark the first year where health IT venture firms will start to look at quantum computing technology for upcoming solutions,” Dr. Anis Uzzaman, CEO and general partner of Pegasus…..

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(Energy.gov) The Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced that it will establish Quantum Information Science Centers to help lay the foundation for quantum technologies. As Congress put forth in the National Quantum Initiative Act, the DOE’s Office of Science will make awards for at least two and up to five centers. These centers will draw…..

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(IQT-NYC) The Inside Quantum Technology-New York City event welcomes Toshiba to the exhibit Hall April 2-3, 2020. Robust Exhibit Hall: Toshiba joins Diamond Sponsor IBM, QuTech, Q-CTRL, VTT, XMA-Spectra, QC Ware, Zurich Instruments, Harrisburg University, Quintessence Labs, Seeqc,  Cambridge Quantum Computing and Quantum Exchange in the exhibit hall. The Inside Quantum Technology New York event…..

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(DigitalJournal) RS Components has analyzed over 5,000 patent applications to find out which companies are leading the way in the development of quantum technology. Microsoft is the company leading the way in patent application filings, racing ahead of its rivals with an impressive 425 applications. This is not to say that other technology firms are…..

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