- LTIMindtree Joins Forces with IBM to Advance the Quantum Innovation Ecosystemon 2024-02-28 at 17:43
LTIMindtree will also collaborate with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, which is also an IBM Quantum Innovation Center, on joint quantum research and workforce development. February 28, 2024: IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced that LTIMIndtree, a global technology consulting and digital solutions company, has joined the IBM Quantum Network to explore quantum computing innovation for the benefit of its global clientele across multiple industries.
- Ltimindtree, IBM Join Hands To Explore Quantum Computing Innovation | MENAFN.COMon 2024-02-28 at 17:43
“We are looking forward to providing technology support for LTIMindtree’s joint research and educational engagements with IIT-Madras, our first IBM Quantum Innovation Centre in India,” Scott Crowder, Vice President of IBM Quantum Adoption and Business Development, said in a statement. ( MENAFN – IANS) New Delhi, Feb 28 (IANS) Tech major IBM on Wednesday announced that global technology consulting and digital solutions firm LTIMindtree has joined its Quantum Network to explore quantum computing innovation for the benefit of its global clients across multiple industries.
- LTIMindtree joins IBM Quantum Network for quantum technology innovation – Techcircleon 2024-02-28 at 15:20
LTIMindtree will also be collaborating with Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras – an IBM Quantum Innovation Center – on joint quantum research and workforce development. We are also looking forward to providing technology support for LTIMindtree’s joint research and educational engagements with IIT-Madras, our first IBM Quantum Innovation Center in India,” said Scott Crowder, Vice President of IBM Quantum Adoption and Business Development.
- LTIMindtree joins IBM Quantum Network to explore quantum computing | Company Newson 2024-02-28 at 11:58
LTIMindtree will also collaborate with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, which is also an IBM Quantum Innovation Center, on joint quantum research and workforce development,” the company said in a regulatory filing. Larsen & Toubro subsidiary – LTIMindtree, a global technology consulting and digital solutions company, announced on Wednesday that it has joined the IBM Quantum Network to explore quantum computing innovation.
- LTIMindtree, IBM, IIT Madras team up for innovation in quantum computing – Devdiscourseon 2024-02-28 at 11:45
LTIMindtree, a global technology consulting and digital solutions company, on Wednesday said it has joined the IBM Quantum Network to explore innovations in quantum computing. Aan Chauhan, Chief Technology Officer, LTIMindtree, said the collaboration with IBM and IIT Madras is an important step towards a future where quantum computing could help solve more complex problems faster and more efficiently.
- IBM’s AI vision: Navigating the future of industry with LLMsby Sead Fadilpasic on 2024-02-27 at 21:38
At the forefront of artificial intelligence innovation is the critical balance between strategic implementation and investment returns, as industries worldwide pivot to harness the transformative power of both large and small language models. “There is a massive interest in AI — we’ve come from 2023, where there was a lot of understanding about what’s going The post IBM’s AI vision: Navigating the future of industry with LLMs appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
- DDI to Promote Doosan Group-IBM Quantum Computing Accelerator – Businesskoreaon 2024-02-23 at 10:07
The event was organized to kick off a Quantum Accelerator training program, business case development, and research to foster quantum computing talent within the Doosan Group. The event was hosted by DDI’s Head of Corporate Digital (HoD) responsible for Doosan Group’s IT-DT strategy, and was attended by DDI President Park Seokwon; DDI COO Robert Oh; Lee Eun-joo, president of IBM Korea; and Jason Silbergleit, vice president of IBM Research.
- Exploring the Latest Advances in IBM’s Quantum Processor Technology – ISP Todayon 2024-02-20 at 21:54
This progress is marked by advancements in qubit count, coherence times (the duration for which qubits can maintain their quantum state), and error rates — critical factors for the reliable and practical application of quantum computers. This article delves into the progress made by IBM regarding its quantum processors, exploring the technological breakthroughs and their implications on computing power, speed, and applications.
- Look back at IBM TechXchange Summit EMEA 2024by IBM TechXchange Community on 2024-02-19 at 21:13
Take a look back at our Summit in Barcelona in January, 2024. From the main stage and labs to the Sandbox and sessions, not to mention all of the fun in between, we had another exciting technical conference centered around giving technologists everything they need to advance their careers, network with their peers, and learn all about the world of IBM!
- AI-Powered Quantum Computers Inches Closer to Mass Production | iTech Poston 2024-02-19 at 13:21
IBM earlier warned world leaders and tech institutions of the dangers quantum computers bring to cybersecurity once it become more accessible in the near future. As of the current state of things, available quantum computers cannot break encryption systems and solve complicated problems, but experts believe such feats will soon be achievable if development continues undisturbed.
- Quantum computers move closer to the assembly line – Axioson 2024-02-18 at 15:30
“We’re in the stage where engineering is just as important as research,” says Jay Gambetta, who leads IBM’s quantum computing efforts. Driving the …
- IBM’s new quantum computer is a symbol, not a breakthrough we waiting for – PassionateGeekzon 2024-02-17 at 20:40
This is the same sensor that Sony has been using in its A6000 lineup for a long time, and while it’s good for a quick capture, a faster, more expensive lens will be needed for low-light situations. At $799.99 with Sony’s 16-50 lens ($699.99 for just the body), it is the company’s second attempt at making a vlogging-oriented camera and the successor to last year’s ZV-1 .
- Heron in Flight: IBM’s Quantum Shift Emphasizes Harnessing Qubits Most Efficientlyon 2024-02-16 at 14:39
IBM shines with quantum computing milestones like the Condor processor’s 1121 qubits and the strategic transition to the Heron processor.
- The Linux Foundation collaborates with Google and IBM to develop a Post-Quantum Cryptography Allianceby Debasish on 2024-02-13 at 04:46
The Linux Foundation recently made headlines by announcing its collaboration with industry leaders like Google, IBM, and AWS to establish the Post-Quantum Cryptography Alliance (PQCA). This strategic move aims to address the encryption algorithm dilemma posed by the emergence of quantum computing technology. Quantum computers are a threat to traditional encryption methods for future Quantum The post The Linux Foundation collaborates with Google and IBM to develop a Post-Quantum Cryptography Alliance appeared first on Gizmochina.
- IBM: Enabling a quantum-safe environment – Back End Newson 2024-02-07 at 13:18
Harishankar explained how prime factorization, while extremely helpful in quantum computing, could be potentially a risk to data security. “As quantum computing progresses, one area of concern is prime number factorization, which poses a risk to today’s encryption methods.”
- IBM and IonQ Researchers Design Classical Algorithm to Tackle Recent Harvard-Led …on 2024-02-06 at 19:34
The IBM-IonQ team reports in ArXiv that their classical algorithm accomplished the same computational task that was performed by the 48-qubit quantum setup in that Nature study, in a mere 0.00257947 seconds. In a surprising development, IBM Quantum and IonQ researchers teamed up to reveal an alternative classical simulation algorithm for an impressive error correction study conducted by a Harvard and QuEra team and published recently in Nature .
- Alliance Launches to Advance Post-Quantum Cryptographyby Matt Swayne on 2024-02-06 at 16:35
Insider Brief The Linux Foundation announced the launch of the Post-Quantum Cryptography Alliance The alliance is an open and collaborative initiative to drive the advancement and adoption of post-quantum cryptography. Founding members Amazon Web Services (AWS), Cisco, Google, IBM, IntellectEU, Keyfactor, Kudelski IoT, NVIDIA, QuSecure, SandboxAQ, and the University of Waterloo. PRESS RELEASE — The
- AWS, Cisco, Google, Nvidia and IBM join with Linux Foundation in post-quantum cryptography initiativeby Duncan Riley on 2024-02-06 at 14:03
The Linux Foundation today announced the launch of the Post-Quantum Cryptography Alliance, an open and collaborative effort that brings together chip makers, cloud providers, researchers and developers to address the cryptographic security challenges posed by quantum computing. The founding members of the Post-Quantum Cryptography Alliance include Amazon Web Services Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Google LLC, International Business The post AWS, Cisco, Google, Nvidia and IBM join with Linux Foundation in post-quantum cryptography initiative appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
- IBM, KQC to bring IBM watsonx and quantum computing to Korea – Inshortson 2024-02-05 at 23:36
IBM has partnered with Korea Quantum Computing (KQC) to offer IBM’s most advanced AI software and infrastructure, as well as its next-generation quantum computing architecture. KQC’s ecosystem of users will have access to IBM’s full stack solution for AI, including watsonx, an AI and data platform to train, tune and deploy advanced AI models and software for enterprises.
- 3 Once-in-a-Lifetime Quantum Computing Stocks With Unprecedented Surge Potentialon 2024-02-05 at 17:37
Over time, IBM believes its quantum computing solutions should aid companies in key fields such as cybersecurity while layering nicely onto IBM’s …