(GizChina) VinSmart has confirmed that it will soon create a 5G ‘made in Vietnam’ ecosystem. In the coming time, VinSmart will continue to research and perfect next-generation 5G products. Vsmart-branded 5G phones will be able to support both 5G technologies today, Sub6 and mmWave. With the launch of the Vsmart Aris 5G, VinSmart has also…..

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(GovernmentComputing) UK-based tech incubator SETsquared Bristol has announced cyber security company KETS Quantum Security as the winner of its Tech-Xpo 2020 event. The quantum security company prevailed over 10 other Bristol-based startups to win the ‘Best Elevator Pitch’ audience vote at the inaugural online version of  Tech-Xpo. Established in 2016 in the University of Bristol’s…..

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(ATOS.net) Paris – July 7, 2020 Atos has launched “Scaler, the Atos Accelerator”, its new startup and SME program with a unique focus on industries, security and decarbonization. It brings together Atos’ technology teams with selected startups to co-create innovative digital solutions for clients in specific industries – answering proven business use cases and benefiting…..

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(CIO.Review) Businesses are seeing an increase in competition for building a quantum computer. This article discusses the trends for future quantum computing and the development ecosystem. The most discussed is the consolidation in quantum computing space. Quantum computing is an expensive proposition that larger ones will likely acquire some of the smaller ones. The most…..

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(SciTechDaily) NIST has unveiled blueprint for building a three-in-one measurement tool to study quantum materials. It images single atoms. It maps atomic-scale hills and valleys on metal and insulating surfaces. And it records the flow of current across atom-thin materials subject to giant magnetic fields. Scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)…..

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Posted by 07 Jul 2020

(Phys.org) A new circuit-wiring scheme developed over the last three years by RIKEN’s Superconducting Quantum Electronics Research Team, in collaboration with other institutes, opens the door to scaling up to 100 or more qubits within the next decade. Last year, Google produced a 53-qubit quantum computer that could perform a specific calculation significantly faster than…..

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(MirageNews) While human teleportation currently exists only in science fiction, teleportation is possible now in the subatomic world of quantum mechanics — albeit not in the way typically depicted on TV. In the quantum world, teleportation involves the transportation of information, rather than the transportation of matter. Quantum teleportation involves two distant, entangled particles in…..

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(IBM.QuantumBlog) IBM Quantum just launched the IBM Quantum Researchers Program, which provides access to more systems and greater share of systems to do better research. Researchers with projects that require even deeper access such as microwave pulse control may apply for special awards for periods of time sufficient to complete experiments and publish papers. This…..

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(Bits-Chips.nl) Delft startup Qblox is paving the way for building quantum computers with up to a 1,000 qubits and beyond though recently developed prototypes still consist of 50 qubits maximum. The spinoff of the Delft-based quantum technology institute Qutech has set out to create a new system to control the qubits in a quantum computer……

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(NextGov) Headlines discuss quantum technology’s impact on national security encryption, computing, communications and more. It is safe to say quantum will have an impact on national security. But because quantum tech is still nascent it’s less clear when and how this impact will materialize. This lack of clarity can make it difficult for government leaders…..

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