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Toshiba registers new quantum record

Toshiba registers new quantum record

In traditional computers, information is stored or encoded in bits, while in quantum computers, information is encoded in qubits. The experiment is a positive step towards the future quantum Internet, a global network of quantum computers connected by distance communication lines. The experiment is a positive…

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Quantum Technology: Translating the Power of Quantum Mechanics

Quantum Technology: Translating the Power of Quantum Mechanics

33830 Quantum technology, which has been known for decades, promises spectacular applications such as revolutionary material production, better metrology, secure communication, and more. Quantum technology, which has been known for decades, promises spectacular applications such as revolutionary material production, better metrology, secure communication,…

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Demonstration of quantum communication over optical fibers exceeding 600 km

Demonstration of quantum communication over optical fibers exceeding 600 km

Toshiba Corporation Andrew Shields, head of the Quantum Technology Division at Toshiba Europe, says, “QKD has been used to secure metropolitan area networks in recent years. The breakthrough will enable long-distance, quantum-secured information transfer between metropolitan areas, and is a major…

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Future of quantum

Future of quantum

We want to improve the performance of AI by using quantum computers, but also to use of machine learning and AI techniques to improve near term quantum computers. And in 15 years’ time, your smart devices will be even better, because they have quantum technology working in the…

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Saudi researchers eye quantum progress from tie-up with US software startup

Saudi researchers eye quantum progress from tie-up with US software startup

“KAUST is involved in biotechnology and many other fields, like pharmaceutical development, that will benefit from quantum computing in the future,” Savoie said. Quantum computers, by contrast, allow for speedups, various algorithms and differential equations. “We’re talking about cutting weeks…

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