(UofSheffield) The University of Sheffield has launched a new research centre, the Sheffield Quantum Centre, to revolutionise computing, communication, sensing and imaging technologies. The Sheffield Quantum Centre will develop materials, devices and information technology protocols with unprecedented capabilities and performance The new research centre will include £2.1 million Quantum Technology Capital equipment capable of growing…..

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(FinancialExpress) Information technology companies are clear about the cryptographic risks they face from quantum computing. First, the cost of fighting future quantum computing threats/attacks will spiral out of control. Second, data safely encrypted by today’s standards will become easy to decrypt in a quantum future. That means data pilfered today may be safe for now,…..

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Posted by 23 Jan 2020

(ChronOnline) The possibilities of quantum computing for businesses are immense in domains such as healthcare, financial services and IT. The companies that succeed in quantum computing will be those that create value chains to exploit the new insights, The most anticipated uses of quantum computing are driven by its potential to simulate quantum structures and…..

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(Phys.org) Researchers at the University of Chicago and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have developed a new method to measure how photocurrents flow in a 2-D material—a result that could have implications for developing quantum sensors and next-generation electronics. “The ability to observe electronic behavior that is invisible to traditional measurements opens…..

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(BookAuthority) Dr. Robert Sutor’s recently published “Dancing with Qubits‘, has been termed the #1 best new quantum computing book  to read in 2020 according to BookAuthority.  Dr. Robert (Bob) S. Sutor, VP – IBM Quantum Ecosystem Development, IBM Research, is the keynote of the upcoming Inside Quantum Technology event in NYC Apr 2 at 8:30……

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(FinanceYahoo) According to a new report from Inside Quantum Technology (IQT), the market for quantum networking will reach $5.5 billion by 2025. This IQT report, “Quantum Networks: A Ten-Year Forecast and Opportunity Analysis” https://www.insidequantumtechnology.com/product/quantum-networks-a-ten-year-forecast-and-opportunity-analysis/ provides extensive ten-year forecasts of demand for quantum network equipment, software and services in both volume and value terms. IQT believes…..

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(FactBasedInsights.QuantumAlgorithmsOutlook2020:PartTwo) Welcome back to this IQT-News series from FactBasedInsights. Today’s edition is the second half of Dr. David Shaw’s discussion of Quantum Algorithms. Quantum Simulation – The Killer App The ability to perform calculations in quantum chemistry, physics and materials design is the original, and for many still the slam dunk killer application for quantum…..

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(CNBC) J.P. Morgan Chase has hired Marco Pistoia, a veteran IBM researcher, to lead a new group at J.P. Morgan working on emerging technologies including quantum computing. Pistoia, who spent 24 years at IBM and managed a team responsible for quantum computing algorithms, is joining New York-based J.P. Morgan as head of applied research and…..

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(Forbes) Boards of directors must be able to make informed decisions about cybersecurity in general as well as the risks quantum technologies will post. This article from the World Economic Forum discusses five things that board members must to to enhance future cybersecurity. Here are five things that board members could do to enhance their…..

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(QuantumXC.com) Here are the top five things Quantum Exchange predicts for Quantum Technologies in 2020: 1) Competition for achievement in quantum computing will intensify. In the wake of Google’s controversial announcement of achieving “quantum supremacy”, it was fairly apparent that the quantum race is not just between nation-states (the U.S. against China, for example), but…..

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