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  • Los 3 Nobels

    This year’s Nobel Prize in physics has been given to John F. Clauser, Alain Aspect and Anton Zeilinger for "experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science." Our founders had the opportunity to collaborate in Bell test experiments in 2015.

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  • 5 steps

    Transitioning all our information infrastructure to a new type of cryptographic baseline: quantum-secure cybersecurity, is one of the most important tasks that must be undertaken in the decade of the 2020s. This is a titanic effort. Here are five easy steps you can take to get started in your quantum-safe journey:

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  • Future Tech random numbers

    In cryptography, there is a core ingredient required to build any security system: unpredictable random numbers. The way to generate them isn't easy and is by means of measuring physical, random signals. In physics, unpredictability exists, and we have to leverage it in computing and security systems.

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  • Cybersecurity

    You may have already heard about the upcoming transition to quantum-safe cybersecurity as an urgent response to the cybersecurity threats posed by quantum computers. Now, with the threat identified, what solutions do we have available out there?

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  • grupo 07 22

    "It’s been five years since we started Quside, and more than 10 since I made the decision to get started in the quantum technology space. I’m super proud by the progress and I’m really happy to celebrate, which is already quite an achievement for a startup" Carlos Abellan, CEO

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  • MicrosoftTeams image 7

    Can we also build ICs that work with photons instead of electrons? The answer is yes, they are called photonic integrated circuits (PICs), and are a fast growing technology which will have a huge impact in our everyday life.

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