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Europe and US launch Quantum testbeds and Quantum loop to catchup China in Quantum Communications Race

The race to conquer the quantum domain is among the most fiercely competitive in today’s world of technology. One important quantum technology is Quantum key distribution (QKD), that establishes highly secure keys between distant parties by using single photons to transmit each bit of the key.   Quantum cryptography is unbreakable …

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DARPA Quantum Apertures (QA) developing employing Rydberg atoms for military electronic warfare, radar, and communications.

The world, say many experts, is on the verge of a second quantum revolution. Many scientists believe that quantum will enjoy its first real commercial success in sensing. That’s because sensing can take advantage of the very characteristic that makes building a quantum computer so difficult: the extraordinary sensitivity of …

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Quantum Computers for High-Performance Computing (HPC) data centers

High Performance Computing (HPC) refers to the practice of aggregating computing power in a way that delivers much higher horsepower than traditional computers and servers. HPC, or supercomputing, is like everyday computing, only more powerful. It is a way of processing huge volumes of data at very high speeds using …

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Quantum Memory for Quantum Computers

Just as classical computers are unthinkable without memories, quantum memories will be essential elements for future quantum information processors.  Quantum memories are devices that can store quantum information for a long time with very high fidelity and efficiency. Quantum memories are devices that can store the quantum state of a photon, …

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Amid China’s military quantum lead, US declares quantum as a “critical technology” and launches National Quantum Initiative

The quest for quantum computing supremacy is a geopolitical priority for Europe, China, Canada, Australia and the United States. Boston Consulting Group’s 2018 report that estimates a quantum computing market of nearing $60 billion in 2035, which would grow further to $295 billion in 2050, which explains why nations, corporates and …

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NSA, Army developing ‘Qubit Collaboratory’ to Advance Quantum Information Science

The quantum world hosts a rich variety of physics that could enable functionality far beyond what traditional technologies can achieve. By probing and manipulating phenomena that occur at the single particle scale, the emerging field of quantum information science (QIS) aims to create new forms of computing, sensing, and communications …

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Mass production of Quantum Computers enabled by Silicon and Glass quantum chips

The quantum computing market is projected to reach $65 billion by 2030, a hot topic for investors and scientists alike because of its potential to solve incomprehensibly complex problems.   Quantum computer  development has been dominated by some of the biggest and most established IT players, in particular, Google, Intel, …

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DARPA project for cryogenic cables and connectors for quantum computing

Cryogenic electronics is important for a growing number of applications, including superconducting classical computing, superconducting quantum computing and quantum annealing, and superconducting single-photon detector arrays. One of the more difficult aspects about developing a successful superconducting electronics technology at very low temperatures (~10 mK) is the lack of robust commercial …

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Emerging Quantum metamaterials and metasurfaces are an entirely new type of materials enabling quantum computers and sensors

Metamaterials are artificial materials designed to control the electromagnetic properties of a medium. Metasurfaces are the two-dimensional version of metamaterials: extremely thin surfaces made up of numerous subwavelength optical nanoantennas, each designed to serve a specific function upon the interaction with light. The metasurfaces contain regularly spaced nanoparticles that can …

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Military Quantum Camouflage and Stealth requirements as Quantum sensors advance

Quantum technologies exploit the fundamental laws of nature to reach the ultimate limits of sensing, imaging, communications and computing; in short, enabling leaps in the precision, accuracy and speed of technology. They are diverse, complex, and generally early in technical readiness and demand new ways of thinking about the employment …

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