Quantum Startups News

  • Calculation of excited states via symmetry constraints in the Variational Quantum Eigensolver
    Gabriel Greene-Diniz, David Muñoz Ramo The post Calculation of excited states via symmetry constraints in the Variational Quantum Eigensolver appeared first on Cambridge Quantum Computing. ... read more
    Source: CQC – Cambridge Quantum Computing – NewsOctober 15, 2019
  • Dynamical mean field theory algorithm and experiment on quantum computers
    I. Rungger, N. Fitzpatrick, H. Chen, C. H. Alderete, H. Apel, A. Cowtan, A. Patterson, D. Munoz Ramo, Y. Zhu, N. H. Nguyen, E. Grant, S. Chretien, L. Wossnig, N. M. Linke, R. Duncan The post Dynamical mean field theory algorithm and experiment on quantum computers appeared first on Cambridge ... read more
    Source: CQC – Cambridge Quantum Computing – NewsOctober 12, 2019
  • Three Quantum Technology Features for Your Enterprise
    We agree, the quantum world is both strange and fascinating. In a recent post by TechTarget.com, industry writer David Petersson takes a look at three quantum technology features that every enterprise will need: security, copies, and sensors.  The biggest worry to most organizations should be the potential to hack the ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsOctober 10, 2019
  • Who funds Quantum Technology?
    Technologists now question the government’s approach to awarding tens of millions of dollars in additional funding for quantum computing. FedScoop spoke to Quantum Xchange CEO, John Prisco on the topic.  Prisco told FedScoop he would like to see more of those funds put towards a  quantum-proof solution at the Department ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsOctober 10, 2019
  • Quantum Xchange introduces a new type of quantum resistant key management system 
    In a recent article, Quantum Computing Report, highlights a pioneer in commercial quantum key distribution, Quantum Xchange. With the introduction of a new product called Phio Trusted Xchange (TX), the team at Quantum Xchange uses an out-of-band symmetric key technique to deliver encryption keys. Using classical transmission media for communication, ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsOctober 10, 2019
  • Will Quantum Safe Cryptography Save The World?
    In a recent article from Fact Based Insight, sensitive data intercepted and stored today could put lifecycle infrastructure at risk. Business and enterprise should review cybersecurity exposure and understand how these changes to data security affect them.  More recently, quantum networks have popped up around the world. Early movers in ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsOctober 10, 2019
  • A duality at the heart of Gaussian boson sampling
    Gaussian boson sampling (GBS) is a near-term quantum computation framework that is believed to be classically intractable, but yet rich of potential applications. The post A duality at the heart of Gaussian boson sampling appeared first on Xanadu Quantum Technologies. ... read more
    Source: Xanadu – NewsOctober 9, 2019
  • Towards practical qubit computation using approximate error-correcting grid states
    Encoding a qubit in the continuous degrees of freedom of an oscillator is a significant pursuit of quantum computation. One advantageous way to achieve this is through the Gottesman-Kitaev-Preskill (GKP) grid states, whose symmetries allow for the correction of any small continuous error on the oscillator. The post Towards practical ... read more
    Source: Xanadu – NewsOctober 8, 2019
  • Cambridge Quantum Computing Appoints Robert Youngjohns to its Board of Directors
    Cambridge Quantum Computing Appoints Robert Youngjohns to its Board of Directors The post Cambridge Quantum Computing Appoints Robert Youngjohns to its Board of Directors appeared first on Cambridge Quantum Computing. ... read more
    Source: CQC – Cambridge Quantum Computing – NewsOctober 8, 2019
  • BPI France : Valerian Giesz, from researcher to entrepreneur
    We are very proud to see Valerian Giesz, co-founder of Quandela, mentionned in BPI France. Read the article (in french) […] ... read more
    Source: Quandela – NewsOctober 7, 2019
  • La Tribune : Valerian Giesz, a commited entrepreuneur
    La Tribune talks about us! Read the article (in french) to learn more about quantum technologies through Quandela, and its […] ... read more
    Source: Quandela – NewsOctober 7, 2019
  • Why are ‘harvesting attacks’ the precursor to quantum computers ?
    In a recent commentary on cyber security website Dark Reading, Quantum Xchange CEO John Prisco discusses the potential of cyber attacks on sensitive networks around the world. There is solid evidence that China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, and other nations spy, steal data, and hide malware in networks of US agencies and ... read more
    Source: Quantum Xchange – NewsOctober 3, 2019
  • Olivier Ezratty’s ebook about Quantum technologies
    Last version of Olivier Ezratty’s ebook about Quantum technologies is now available (in french). Click here to download the ebook ... read more
    Source: Quandela – NewsSeptember 27, 2019
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