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Global computer and chip manufacturer Fujitsu today reported that a new study performed on its 39-qubit quantum simulator suggests it will remain difficult for quantum computers to crack RSA cryp

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Top HPC Players Creating New Security Architecture Amid Neglect

Security of high-performance computers is being neglected in the pursuit of horsepower, and there are concerns that the ignorance may be costly if safeguards are not in place to protect these hig

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Intel is bringing subscription and rental services to semiconductors as it explores new business models, but it remains to be seen if buyers warm up to the idea of paying extra to unlock features

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The Quantum Kaleidoscope – 2022 Highlights and What to Watch in 2023

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IBM Quantum Summit: Osprey Flies; Error Handling Progress; Quantum-centric Supercomputing

December 1, 2022

Part scorecard, part grand vision, IBM’s annual Quantum Summit held last month is a fascinating snapshot of IBM’s progress, evolving technology roadmap, and Read more…

Blueprints to Shake up Next-generation Server Designs Emerge at OCP Summit

October 24, 2022

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CEO Jack Hidary on SandboxAQ’s Ambitions and Near-term Milestones

October 18, 2022

Spun out from Google last March, SandboxAQ is a fascinating, well-funded start-up targeting the intersection of AI and quantum technology. “As the world enter Read more…

Microsoft Closes Confidential Computing Loop with AMD’s Milan Chip

September 22, 2022

Microsoft shared details on how it uses an AMD technology to secure artificial intelligence as it builds out a secure AI infrastructure in its Azure cloud service. Microsoft has a strong relationship with Nvidia, but is also working with AMD's Epyc chips (including the new 3D VCache series), MI Instinct accelerators, and also... Read more…

Does Quantum Entanglement Hold the Key to Unhackable Communications?

July 28, 2022

Scientists have uncovered a new type of quantum cryptography that utilizes one of the same laws of physics used in building quantum computers: quantum entanglement. Quantum entanglement, or what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance,” refers to the phenomenon of two subatomic particles being linked to one another in an exclusive... Read more…

The Race to Ensure Post Quantum Data Security

July 21, 2022

Fault-tolerant quantum computers won’t exist for years – a decade is the most common estimate. When they do arrive, thanks to Shor’s now-famous algorithm, they will be able to crack the most widely-used encryption methods, which are based on factoring. Earlier this month, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) settled on four... Read more…

Intel Warns of Data Security Crisis Posed by Quantum Computers

May 12, 2022

Quantum computers are coming down the pike, and hardware makers warned of a potential security crisis looming with such superfast systems able to break encryption within a matter of seconds. To counter that, companies like Intel, Microsoft and IBM -- which are also building quantum computers -- are looking ahead and building quantum-resistant algorithms to secure systems of the future. The companies are working... Read more…

Biden Issues Executive Order Bolstering National Quantum Initiative and Cybersecurity

May 4, 2022

President Joe Biden today issued an Executive Order and a National Security Memorandum boosting the national focus on quantum information sciences (QIS), including quantum computing and cybersecurity concerns. There is currently a global race heating up to leverage QIS for economic and security purposes. The U.S., China, Europe, Japan, the U.K., and many others have mounted well-funded, expanding efforts... Read more…

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