The quantum computing landscape has been transformed by a surge of commercial startups pursuing very different technical paths. Investors and pioneers must prepare themselves for a challenging journey ahead. A growing list of major, midsized and startup companies have joined the quantum computing quest. However today’s prototype devices must be...
Superconducting qubits have seized an early lead in commercial quantum computing activity. Being first to demonstrate technical quantum supremacy means they are well placed to search for NISQquantum advantage. However there are significant challenges to be faced in scaling up these systems in the extreme cryogenic environments they require....
Years of academic activity is now transforming itself into a wave of spin-outs and startups. Trapped ion proponents point to the very high fidelity gates that have been achieved and additional opportunities for qubit connectivity. However the best gates have historically required precision Raman laser setups that come with their...
The new IBM-HBCU Quantum Center announced at this week at IBM’s Quantum Summit is a multi-year investment that will bring together researchers and students across a network of 13 HBCUs. The post HBCU Center Driving Diversity and Inclusion in Quantum Computing appeared first on IBM Research Blog....
Fire Sensors and Detectors Market Entry Strategies, Countermeasures, Economic Impact And Quantum Sensors Marketing Channels To 2027 | Tyco International, Bosch Security Systems, London Security, United Technologies Corporation, Johnson Controls Bulletin Line...
Leti, a technology research institute at CEA Tech, pioneers micro and nanotechnologies, tailoring differentiating applicative solutions that ensure competitiveness in a wide range of markets. The institute tackles critical challenges such as healthcare, energy, transport and ICTs.
Its multidisciplinary teams deliver solid expertise for applications ranging from sensors to data processing and computing solutions, leveraging world-class pre-industrialization facilities.
The Quantum Leti initiative
Quantum technologies harness specific resources described by quantum mechanics (like state superposition, entanglement, squeezed states…) for addressing practical applications such as:
- More efficient computing
- Better sensing resolution
- Perfectly secure cryptography
- Hybrids and interfaces between these applications
Before 2017 various labs of Leti were already starting to address these subjects in their research roadmaps. From the beginning of 2017 the Quantum Leti initiative federates these research efforts while establishing cross-discipline links. This initiative aims to improve Leti ability to identify, nurture and develop new ideas associated with the advent of quantum technologies.