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Quantum technologies Standardization essential for their growth and innovation

The Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) market will grow to over $980 million by 2024 compared to around $85 million this year. So says the industry analyst firm, Inside Quantum Technology, in its latest report “Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) Markets: 2019 to 2028.”   Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) is a major …

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Graphene for implementing scalable quantum computer

Quantum computing is expected to increase significantly the computational speed since it operates on completely different principles in comparison to classical computers. In addition, it was predicted that quantum computers can increase the computational speed of at least some problems. For instance, a sub-exponential speed-up is expected if the quantum …

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Quantum Computer Hardware component breakthroughs accelerate their scaling and commercialization

Quantum computers promise the potential to tackle problems that conventional computers can’t handle by leveraging a phenomenon of quantum physics that allows qubits to exist in multiple states simultaneously. As a result, qubits can conduct a large number of calculations at the same time — dramatically speeding up complex problem-solving. …

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Quantum effects enhancing atomic clocks and improving military communications and electronic warfare (EW)

The principle of timekeeping has been to count the repetitions or oscillations of repeating natural phenomena such as rotation of earth or movement of stars. Over the millennia a myriad of devices has been invented for timekeeping including pendulum or crystals, each with a period far shorter than the daily …

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Quantum cryptography race creating new records in distance and data rate for building practical National Quantum Networks

Information security is becoming more and more of a critical issue not only for large companies, banks and defense enterprises, but even for small businesses and individual users. However, the data encryption algorithms we currently use for protecting our data are imperfect — in the long-term, their logic can be …

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Quantum Brain sensors

Quantum sensors are measuring device that takes advantage of quantum correlations, such as states in a quantum superposition or entanglement, for better sensitivity and resolution than can be obtained by classical systems.  QP will boost the capabilities of all sorts of sensory devices, such as gravimeters, which are used to …

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Quantum dot based Quantum communications networks

Quantum technologies have the potential to spur revolutions in computing, sensing, cryptography and beyond. Quantum computing and quantum communication are believed to be the future of information technology.  Single-photon sources are important for current research in quantum information, cryptography, and the production of truly random numbers.   The possibility of …

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Transforming Multiphysics Simulations using Quantum Computing

Modelling is the process of representing a model (e.g., physical, mathematical, or logical representation of a system, entity, phenomenon, or process) which includes its construction and working. This model is similar to a real system, which helps the analyst predict the effect of changes to the system. Simulation of a …

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Smartphones with Quantum key distribution (QKD) security enabled by Silicon-photonics based chips

Research in quantum information science has indicated that large-scale quantum computers could end up rendering most of today’s encryption techniques as insecure. Although a large-scale quantum computer is still some time off, the situation is nevertheless seen as needing a response. As a result, two broad directions have been pursued globally, …

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DARPA SAVaNT employing atomic vapors to develop Quantum Sensors at Room Temperature

We are in midst of the second quantum revolution moving from merely computing quantum properties of systems to exploiting them. Researchers are developing new capabilities in secure communication, ultra-sensitive and high signal-to-noise physical sensing of the environment and Quantum Information Science (QIS).   Yet many scientists believe that quantum will …

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