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Quantum technology holds 'huge potential' in Australia - report
The emerging sector could create 16,000 jobs in Australia and generate over AU$4 billion in annual revenue in the next 20 years, according to CSIRO.
First Aussie company joins IBM quantum computing network
The Archer team, based in Sydney, Australia, will work with the IBM teams based in New York, USA, as part of the IBM Q Network.
APAC jumps on quantum computing bandwagon
The quest for quantum computing supremacy is set to gather momentum in the next few years.
Cambridge Quantum Computing teams up with CERN to advance quantum technologies
Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is looking to explore and advance the application of quantum technologies to particle physics as part of the QUATERNION project in the CERN openlab.
Intel & QuTech outline 'milestone' in quantum computing
'Horse Ridge' could pave the way for further understanding how quantum practicality could solve real-world problems.
Alibaba’s top 10 2020 tech trends
Researched by Alibaba's global research initiative, DAMO Academy.
Intel takes next step toward taking quantum commercial
The new cryogenic control chip, code-named “Horse Ridge”, will enable control of multiple qubits and set a clear path toward scaling larger systems.
How quantum computing is set to impact the finance industry
An accessible and operating quantum chip would provide immeasurable improvements to these algorithms, along with the machine learning that underpins them.
The dawn of a new age: Google cracks quantum supremacy
It’s the ‘eureka’ moment technologists and scientists have been yearning for.
Quantum computing will pose risks to enterprise encryption
“It is encouraging to see that so many companies understand the risk and challenges that quantum computing poses to enterprise encryption."
Quantum computing in the telecom sector and more cybersecurity trends
According to a new report, quantum computing will be a destabiliser for the telecom sector, making PKI obsolete in the near future.
Cryo experts create quantum computing testing device
Intel, Bluefors and Afore have created the ‘Cryogenic Wafer Prober’ for collecting data about qubits to speed the development of quantum computing.
Accenture’s five trends for a post-digital NZ
Successful businesses will take advantage of a new set of technologies but prioritise trust, responsibility, privacy and security.
Microsoft, DigiCert, Utimaco tackle quantum computing threats
The algorithm could bring the world one step closer to a secure internet of things.
Government outlines agenda for Australia’s tech future
The National Government has released a report outlining the strategy for Australia’s digital future - Minister Karen Andrews comments.
Quantum computing: The double-edged sword for cybersecurity
Quantum computing is quickly moving from science fiction to reality.
Gartner’s seven unexpected digital disruptions
CIOs always need to be on the lookout for the next wave of technology. Gartner has outlined seven tech trends that we should keep an eye on.
Gartner’s top 10 tech trends for 2019
Gartner has released a list of what it sees as the most important strategic tech trends to be aware of in the quickly upcoming year.
Transform responsibly - CompTIA’s top 10 tech trends
From IoT to AI, these innovations have the greatest potential to make near-term impacts on business, but CompTIA warns to approach them with care.
Exclusive: How AI and quantum computing are changing cybersecurity
New technologies have a way of impacting existing industries in unexpected ways.
Quantum computing will be worth US$15 billion by 2028
Total revenues generated from quantum computing services will exceed US$15 billion by 2028 forecasts ABI research.
Why quantum computing could be bigger than blockchain
"Everyone’s pegging quantum computing as the next big thing in enterprise technology, but does the reality live up to the hype?"
Intel celebrates its 50th anniversary with promises, drones, and bell-rings
It’s Intel’s 50th birthday and the company has wasted no time looking to the future – and back on the past of computing history.
IBM vs Google vs Intel - The race to quantum computing
While a 300-bit quantum chip is theoretically feasible, it is not, at this time, practically possible, nor is it commercially viable.