(IQT-NYC) IQT News is continuing to introduce speakers for the upcoming IQT-NYC event “The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Networking and Quantum Sensors” April 2-3, 2020 to acquaint our readers with the topics and expertise represented on the program. Today, we are announcing that Jeff De Bord, Senior Analyst, Inside Quantum Technology, will speak on…..

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(EuroNews) Germany plans to screen non-European investors that want to buy into firms in high-tech sectors including AI, robotics, semi-conductors, biotechnology & quantum technology. Under the new rules, investors in high-tech would have to make public any purchases of 10% or more and allow Germany to check them. Previously, only investments in critical infrastructure, such…..

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(IQT-NYC) This is your opportunity to attend Inside Quantum Technology – New York at the early bird-excellent price. Click here & register by December 12 to Save $600 IQT NYC is a follow-on to our highly successful 2019 events in Boston and Europe in 2019. Inside Quantum Technology – New York will be jointly organized with…..

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(VentureBeat) Europe is working to establish a beachhead in quantum computing and funding for quantum technology offers Europe reason for optimism in this regard. While 32% of 2019 quantum funding went to U.S. and Canadian startups–European companies raised 58%, compared to only 5% for companies in Asia. Europe Positioning Itself as Attractive Hub Overall for…..

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(TechHQ) UK businesses are set to triple spending on quantum computing within the next five years. The powerful, next-gen capabilities presented by quantum computing will see the proportion of firms investing in it jump from 11 percent at present, to nearly a third (32 percent) in five years. While quantum computing remains “further off” in…..

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(Phys.org) A major new change in fintech is now in sight through the possible implementation of quantum computers. Instead of binary bits—the classic elementary unit of information—quantum computing uses qubits (quantum bits), obtained by the superposition of binary states. This would allow them to process a much larger amount of information thousands of times faster…..

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(Optics&Photonics) A lightning-fast electro-opto-mechanical switch developed by a team of researchers in Switzerland, the United States and Sweden reportedly could substantially advance a number of emerging optics- and photonics-based technologies, including quantum computing. The ability of the new opto-mechanical switch to route high-speed optical data streams might find more immediate use in supercomputers, but it…..

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(ComputerWeekly) IQM Finland, a university spin-off is attempting to take quantum computing capabilities to multiple business sectors with its ambitious plan to build the world’s first scalable general-purpose quantum computer after capturing initial investment seed capital of €11.5m earlier this year. IQM Finland’s Aim to Accelerate Speed of Quantum Processors The Aalto University spin-out’s quantum…..

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(IQT-NYC) IQT News is continuing to introduce speakers for the upcoming IQT-NYC event “The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Networking and Quantum Sensors” April 2-3, 2020 to acquaint our readers with the topics and expertise represented on the program. Today, we are announcing that Rachele Cocks, Principal Investigator for L3Harris Technologies will speak on Panel…..

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(I-HLS) A group of Chinese scientists have developed a method in simulating quantum computing that could also be useful in assessing quantum supremacy. The team, led by Wu Junjie, a leading expert from the National University of Defense Technology, proposed a method to realize an efficient simulator of quantum algorithms. They applied the method to…..

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