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Quantum battery would charge future quantum computers and sensors

By 2040, energy consumed by people is expected to have increased by 28 percent from 2015 levels. The majority of energy will still come from fossil fuels at great cost to the environment.   Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries have been workhorse of  the consumer electronics market including portable electronics, implantable devices, …

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Quantum Gravity or Gradiometer Sensors for maritime navigation, through wall imaging, detecting deeply buried structures and Stealth aircraft and Submarines

We are in midst of the second quantum revolution moving from merely computing quantum properties of systems to exploiting them. Quantum technology (QT) applies quantum mechanical properties such as quantum entanglement, quantum superposition, and No-cloning theorem to quantum systems such as atoms, ions, electrons, photons, or molecules.   Quantum bit is …

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Best quantum bit or Qubit technology Race for realization of quantum computers and sensors

Quantum technology (QT) applies quantum mechanical properties such as quantum entanglement, quantum superposition, and No-cloning theorem to quantum systems such as atoms, ions, electrons, photons, or molecules. Quantum bit is the basic unit of quantum information.  Whereas in a classical system, a bit is either in one state or the another. …

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Emerging Quantum data centers

Quantum computing has the potential to create new machines that can vastly exceed the capabilities of today’s most powerful supercomputers. A quantum computer harnesses quantum mechanics to deliver huge leaps forward in processing power. Instead of the binary bits used by digital computers, quantum computers use qubits – subatomic particles …

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Countries race to exploit emerging Quantum revolution into defense and security

Technology is increasingly important for military and national security. On the one hand, advances in cyber, medical, materials science, and robotics technologies offer potential for our security and prosperity. At the same time, reliance on these technologies creates vulnerabilities to attack. Quantum technology translates the principles of quantum physics into …

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Distributed quantum sensor networks

The overarching goal of quantum information science and its enabled emerging quantum technologies is to demonstrate capabilities beyond what is allowed by their classical counterparts. Sensing is an arena that quantum technologies can achieve advantages over classical sensing technologies for practical applications in the near term. Quantum metrology studies the …

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Quantum Imaging technique can have military applications, US and China racing to deploy quantum ghost imaging in satellites for stealth plane tracking

Today, we are witnessing the second quantum revolution, where quantum states, which can exhibit superposition and entanglement, are harnessed for quantum technological applications. Quantum Sensing exploits the high sensitivity of quantum systems to external disturbances to develop highly sensitive sensors.   Breaking the limitations of today’s established imaging schemes is a …

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D-Wave’s 5000 qubit Analog quantum processor handles 1 million variables for large-scale, business-critical problems, now plans gate-based quantum computing

D-Wave is the only company selling  large quantum computers. It sold its first system in 2011 . The earlier  D-Wave 2X™ quantum computing system featured a 1000+ qubit quantum processor and numerous design improvements that resulted  in larger problem sizes, faster performance and higher precision. “Breaking the 1000 qubit barrier marks the …

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Quantum computers entering commercial phase solving business applications

Today, we are in the midst of a “quantum race”. Government investments, such the UK, US, China, Japan and the European Commission, are in the 20s of billions of US dollars into developing the technology in the last decade.   Quantum technology (QT) deal with practical applications of quantummechanical properties—especially …

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Quantum cryptography (QC) or Quantum key distribution (QKD) are assumed hackproof but its implementations have vulnerabilities

Quantum computers could undermine almost all of the encryption protocols that we use today. Though quantum computers are still quite some way from being practical, usable machines, once they become so, we could be looking at a whole new world when it comes to online privacy — one in which …

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