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For the first time, the ETHZ experiment was able to perform this kind of experiment with superconducting quantum bits, the basis for today’s most advanced quantum computers. The results show “spooky action at a distance,” in which objects in different places behave as if they were a single system. Read the full experiment!
The first Quside Showcase Day addressed key industry trends and challenges in the transition to quantum-attack resistant cryptography and hardware acceleration of complex computations. The partner event hosted more than 40 industry companies and 15 speakers from industry-leading companies including: EY, Telefónica, Juniper, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Qrypt or LuxQuanta.
The European project QUDICE has been launched to develop components and subsystems for ultra-secure space-based quantum communication.
In the latest issue of the post series "Can my code be accelerated by an RPU?", we’d like to help you further by describing the primary items for which using an RPU could be differential concerning other hardware accelerators. Here you have 7 top tech considerations.
In this post we tell you the Customer Story with LuxQuanta, an European Quantum key distribution (QKD) manufacturer that focuses on smooth telecom integration and deployment of QKD technology. You will learn about the challenges, solutions and benefits of this partnership.
Learn more about how you can make the most of the RPU depending on what types of loads can be most efficiently accelerated with a device like the RPU. This way, you will be able to take full advantage of the computational capabilities of this device, maximizing the impact it can have on your work times, your energy footprint, or the accuracy of your results.
This post explores different business verticals and provides some examples of specific workloads that can be accelerated efficiently with an RPU so that you can make the most of this device and its ecosystem.
Time is a precious commodity, and every minute counts. At Quside, we've designed the RPU, a brand-new device tailored to deal with stochastic workloads easier and more efficiently. MEET THE RPU in the first post of the Blog Series "Can my code be accelerated by an RPU?" where we will tell you all the secrets and benefits of the world's first RPU.
Quside's products are being used in the Quantum Resistant Network, a global project led by EY and Hades that represents a global effort to provide world-class security capabilities to customers across industries, combining post-quantum hybrid cryptography and quantum random number generation.
Quside will be at the Mobile World Congress 2023, one of the largest technological events held in the world. Quside will be part of the European Quantum Space, promoted by the Quantum Flagship and ICFO. At booth 4A10 in Hall 4, Quside will share space with its eco-system quantum organizations.
A new edition of the Conference on Quantum Information Processing (QIP) took place last week in Ghent. Gabriel Senno, one of our research scientists, was there to present some recent results on the quantification of quantum randomness.
Quside was an industrial partner in the European project QRANGE, which gathered several research groups and quantum companies around Europe to advance the field of quantum random number generation. Quside aims at integrating new discoveries into the established Randomness Metrology Suite
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