- IBM and Microsoft Joins Forces with Other Entities to Form Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) Coalitionby Steve Muchoki on 2023-09-28 at 07:49
Coinspeaker IBM and Microsoft Joins Forces with Other Entities to Form Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) Coalition The Post-Quantum Cryptography coalition is geared towards providing the architecture and information on how to protect data from decryption by quantum computers. IBM and Microsoft Joins Forces with Other Entities to Form Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) Coalition
- IBM, Microsoft, others form post-quantum cryptography coalitionby Cointelegraph By Tristan Greene on 2023-09-27 at 18:37
The coalition includes Google’s sibling company SandboxAQ and the University of Waterloo.
- IBM Quantum System One PINQ² quantum computer – Geeky Gadgetson 2023-09-26 at 18:19
The inauguration of the IBM Quantum System One by PINQ² in Quebec is a significant development that strengthens Quebec’s and Canada’s position in the field of quantum computing. The new quantum computer will promote the growth of Quebec’s quantum sciences ecosystem and the development of DistriQ innovation zones in Sherbrooke and Technum Québec in Bromont.
- Post-Quantum Cryptography Coalition Launches – Business Wireon 2023-09-26 at 17:10
“The PQC Coalition is well-positioned with both the knowledge and expertise to facilitate a smooth and rapid global transition to PQC and the adoption of crypto-agility for widespread quantum resistance,” said Jen Sovada, president of the public sector at SandboxAQ. “As a charter coalition member, SandboxAQ will leverage its deep public- and private-sector connections to create broader issue awareness, drive development and implementation of PQC solutions, and help streamline the process for organizations to migrate to PQC.”
- The Québec-IBM Discovery Accelerator now has its quantum computer – BetaKiton 2023-09-26 at 01:27
PINQ² is a non-profit organization founded in 2020 by the Ministry of Economy, Innovation and Energy of Quebec and the Université de Sherbrooke with a mandate to operationalize the powerful computing infrastructure in the province by combining classical, quantum, and hybrid technologies. IBM announced in July that it had tapped PINQ² to be the exclusive operator of the quantum computer upon its installation, with the intention to use its computing power to explore complex global sustainability challenges, as well as opportunities in financial services.
- IBM Canada and PINQ² unveil Canada’s first Quantum System One | IT World Canada Newson 2023-09-26 at 01:27
IBM Canada will own, operate and maintain the system, whose sole administrator will be PINQ², a non-profit organization (NPO) founded in 2020 by the Ministry of Economy, Innovation and Energy of Quebec (MEIE Ministère de l’Économie, de l’Innovation et de l’Énergie du Québec) and the University of Sherbrooke, for the duration of a five-year agreement. So if your objective is to create a new material, AI may have a use, and quantum may have a use, and so the thing to do is to try to break up your problem in ways that make sense for each of those sets of technologies to work on together in order to get to a solution.
- This Quantum Computing Startup Is Taking On Google And IBM With A Fresh Technical Approachby Rashi Shrivastava, Forbes Staff on 2023-09-25 at 15:00
Atlantic Quantum, which spun out of research at MIT, has developed a new type of quantum architecture that’s easier to scale.
- IBM System One Processor Installed in Bromont, Canada for Use by The Platform for Digital …on 2023-09-24 at 06:15
A 127 qubit IBM System One quantum processor has been installed at an IBM facility in Bromont, Quebec, Canada. It will be administered by PINQ² (Platform for Digital and Quantum Innovation of Quebec), a non-profit organization (NPO) founded by the Ministry of Economy, Innovation and Energy of Quebec and the Université de Sherbrooke. The processor is only IBM’s fourth quantum processor to be installed outside of IBM’s facilities in New York state and is the only one located in Canada. The machine will be used for advanced quantum computing research and for quantum workforce training. The machine will support quantum activity in the DistriQ, a quantum innovation zone in Quebec to promote quantum expertise and innovation. A press release from IBM announcing this milestone is available here and additional comments from IBM Canada President Dave McCann have been posted on the IBM Canada website here. September 23, 2023 dougfinke2023-09-23T15:13:01-07:00
- IBM brings rare quantum computer to Bromont, Québecon 2023-09-24 at 06:15
Canada now has its first IBM Quantum System One computer. The quantum computer is available at IBM’s Bromont, Québec facility.
- One of the world’s only quantum computers inaugurated in Bromont, Que. – iHeartRadioon 2023-09-23 at 11:48
Quantum computing will enable more complex calculations “that we’re not able to do today,” said Capelle. When computers evolve over the next two, three, four, five years, they’ll be ready to use this power to integrate it in an operational way,” Barsoum said.
- World-leading quantum computer will give USask ‘Quantum Boost’on 2023-09-23 at 09:20
Having worked closely with IBM Canada and PINQ² to envision and expand the ‘use applications’ for Quantum System One in institutional and industrial settings across Canada, Rayan is now championing a ‘quantum boost’ to existing and future RSAW at USask. As a result, these highly specialized systems can compute extremely complicated data sets and produce predictive models in ways more profound than the computer you are currently reading this on.
- The Platform for Digital and Quantum Innovation of Quebec (PINQ²) Proudly Announces the Historic Inauguration of an IBM Quantum System One Quantum Computer in Bromonton 2023-09-22 at 21:43
Bromont, Quebec, September 22, 2023 – The Platform for Digital and Quantum Innovation of Quebec (PINQ²), a non-profit organization (NPO) founded by the Ministry of Economy, Innovation and Energy of Quebec (MEIE – ministère de l’Économie, de l’Innovation et de l’Énergie du Québec) and the Université de Sherbrooke, along with IBM, are proud to announce the historic inauguration of an IBM Quantum System One at IBM Bromont. This event marks a major turning point in the field of information technology and all sectors of innovation in Quebec, making PINQ² the sole administrator to inaugurate and operate an IBM Quantum System One in Canada.
- PINQ² Announces the Inauguration of IBM Quantum System One Quantum Computer in Bromontby Matt Swayne on 2023-09-22 at 18:05
Insider Brief The Platform for Digital and Quantum Innovation of Quebec announced the inauguration of an IBM Quantum System One at IBM Bromont. The machine is one of the most advanced quantum computers in IBM’s global fleet of quantum computers. As part of the PINQ² and IBM partnership, the two organizations will lead a working group
- The Platform for Digital and Quantum Innovation of Quebec (PINQ²) Proudly Announces the Historic Inauguration of an IBM Quantum System One Quantum Computer in Bromonton 2023-09-22 at 16:04
The arrival of the quantum computer in Quebec consolidates its leadership position, promotes research, develops quantum talent, and propels Quebec as a world reference in sustainable development.
- Classiq Quantum Hackathon, Bootcamp Looking For Quantum Heroes to Solve Real-World Problemsby Matt Swayne on 2023-09-22 at 15:19
Insider Brief Classiq’s Quest Quantum Hackathon and Bootcamp will be held in early October. The events are welcoming quantum enthusiasts of all levels to participate. Prizes will be given out for winners of the event. Are you ready to begin your quantum journey? Classiq is back with its Classiq Quest Quantum Hackathon, inviting individuals and
- The Short: Quantum Open Science winners, Watsonx.ai on ESPN Fantasy FB and Generative AI: 101by IBM Research on 2023-09-22 at 13:30
Welcome to The Short, a biweekly recap of IBM’s latest innovations and research. This week, we’re diving into the winners of the IBM Quantum Open Science Prize, watsonx AI on the ESPN fantasy football app, and we’ll learn a bit more about generative AI. Read more here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/short-ibm-research-1eFor more news, make sure to subscribe to our newsletter, Future Forward: https://www.ibm.com/account/reg/us-en/signup?formid=news-urx-51525
- Leader of IBM’s Quantum Safe Team to speak at URI – Rhody Todayon 2023-09-21 at 22:26
“The path from North Philly to being IBM’s worldwide leader of the Quantum Safe Team has not been a straight line,” Robinson said. 21, 2023 — As part of its quantum computing initiative, the University of Rhode Island will welcome Charles Robinson, worldwide lead of IBM’s Quantum Safe Team, to campus for a public lecture.
- Non-adaptive measurement-based quantum computation on IBM Q | Scientific Reportson 2023-09-18 at 14:31
We test the quantumness of IBM’s quantum computer IBM Quantum System One in Ehningen, Germany. We generate generalised n-qubit GHZ states and …
- Quantum computing in 2023 how it is set to change data-processing – Geeky Gadgetson 2023-09-16 at 21:19
This unique characteristic allows quantum computers to process information in ways that classical computers cannot, opening up new possibilities for applications, particularly in simulating the natural world. Tech giants like IBM and Google have been at the forefront of developing experimental quantum computers.
- A Glimpse into the Future: 5 AI Technologies by Leading Brands That Will Shape 2024on 2023-09-16 at 12:32
In this article, we will discuss 5 AI Technologies That Will Shape 2024, from the realms of quantum computing, healthcare diagnostics, conversational AI, to cybersecurity solutions—all driven by the visionary efforts of renowned brands. IBM, a global tech giant, has a rich history of innovation and is known for its advancements in AI and quantum computing.