The latest Quantum Computing review includes quantum computing stories that hit the headlines between October and December 2023, it features Quantinuum, IBM, Atom Computing and more, plus new initiatives from Switzerland and the UK.
As a founding member of the ETSI Industry Specification Group for QKD, ID Quantique (IDQ) has been supporting the community effort to standardize QKD systems for more than 10 years. A crucial standard for QKD security evaluation is about to be finalized: a so-called Protection Profile with mandatory...
Welcome to the latest edition of our Quantum Computing Review, featuring some of the interesting stories from the period covering April to June 2023. In this edition we highlight significant activity from China, Korea and Australia, plus the latest innovations from IBM, Microsoft and IonQ and...
Laser World of Photonics is perhaps the world’s leading trade fair for photonics, bringing together researchers and industry leaders from around the world to discuss the latest advancements in the field. This year’s event set new attendance records, with over 1,300 exhibitors and 40,000 visitors...
In a research project led by the University of Geneva, IDQ has contributed to the development of a quantum key distribution (QKD) system based on integrated silicon photonics that can transmit secure keys at unprecedented speeds. The goal of this project is to show how the use of integrated...
Welcome to IDQ’s Q1 Quantum Review, 2023. Here we look back over the past 3 months and bring you some of the noteworthy stories from the world of quantum technologies. In this edition, the UK and Canada both launch National Quantum Strategies and there are further advances in the fields of quantum...
In a detailed report published earlier this month, the Hudson Institute takes a deep dive into the threat posed by quantum computing to financial infrastructure in the US. Co-authored by Alexander Butler and Arthur Herman (both members of the Quantum Alliance Initiative), the report is titled...
In a recent article, Boston Consulting Group addresses the need for quantum communications, its many functions and use cases, and analyze the factors that will drive adoption across the global economy.
Detecting single photons is hard. Not because they are strange wonders of quantum mechanics, but because there are simply too many of them. One has a similar problem counting the number of drops of water in the ocean.
Satellite security is too critical to fail. With the recent launch of IDQ's space-grade QRNGs, let's dive into the why and how satellite providers must upgrade their space designs to quantum-enhanced security.
The SPIE Photonics West conference is the premier event for the photonics and laser industries, where researchers, engineers, and industry leaders from around the world gather to discuss the latest developments and advancements in the field. This year, the conference was held in the first week of...
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