Learn how customers applied Quside technology to boost cybersecurity and accelerate computation.
Some months ago, we wrote a post on the advantages of using Quside’s RPU technology to improve MIMO decoding for 5G technologies. Since then, we have had the opportunity to discuss these advantages with several telecommunications operators and radio access technology providers, learn where the technology fits better in the 5G environment, and advance in revealing the business benefits of these innovations for Telco operators. In this article, we demonstrate that introducing modern stochastic algorithms, combined with Quside’s RPU accelerator in the key equalizer component of the Radio Access infrastructure, provides huge advantages in optimizing 5G deployments.
High-frequency trading (HFT) is a subset of algorithmic trading that focuses on executing trades at incredibly high speeds, that has become a topic of great interest in the financial industry. This type of trading involves the use of powerful computers and algorithms and is a major focus of research and development in the financial industry. Here, Quside RPUs emerge as a pivotal tool, notably enhancing simulation speeds and algorithm efficiency through its stochastic optimization solutions.
CESGA, the centre of computing, high performance communications systems, and advanced services of the Galician Scientific Community, the University academic system, and the National Scientific Research Council (CSIC), recently installed into their supercomputing facilities a quantum random number generator from Quside, a Barcelona-based quantum technology company offering quantum random number generators (QRNG) for safe connectivity and advanced computation.
The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), a pioneering supercomputing center in Spain, recently deployed a quantum random number generator (QRNG) from Quside to pilot the use of this new resource for randomized algorithms and Monte Carlo methods.
The advent of 5G technologies brings us to a new era in the wireless communication technologies field. We are witnessing a breakthrough that supplies us with faster speeds, lower latency, and higher capacity while having a higher energy efficiency than previous wireless communication technologies. It also unleashes possibilities for new applications in many fields, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities, logistics, and unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs).