Connecting Beyond Boundaries: The City of Light’s First Optical Wireless Communications Link over 5 km

Connecting Beyond Boundaries: The City of Light’s First Optical Wireless Communications Link over 5 km Eindhoven, Netherlands — In a quantum leap toward seamless and secure connectivity, Eindhoven unveils its first state-of-the-art Terrestrial Optical Wireless Communications (OWC) Test Bed. This collaborative effort between Aircision, Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), and CUbIQ Technologies (CubiQ) promises to… Continue reading Connecting Beyond Boundaries: The City of Light’s First Optical Wireless Communications Link over 5 km

Online speed record for the TU/e transmitting 22.9 petabits per second through a fiberoptic cable

'photonic lantern based space division multiplexers' setup in High Capacity Optical Transmission system laboratory, Electro-Optical Communications (ECO), department Electrical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology

Online speed record for the TU/e transmitting 22.9 petabits per second through a fiberoptic cable Researchers at TU/e have achieved a groundbreaking online speed record by successfully transmitting a digital file at an unprecedented rate. The file reached its destination at an astonishing speed of 22.9 petabits per second, marking a significant advancement in data… Continue reading Online speed record for the TU/e transmitting 22.9 petabits per second through a fiberoptic cable

Dutch Startup CUbIQ Technologies Secures prestigious NWO Take-off Grant to Develop Quantum Secure Coherent Engine

CUbIQ Technologies team

Dutch Startup CUbIQ Technologies Secures prestigious NWO Take-off Grant to Develop Quantum Secure Coherent Engine Eindhoven, NL – CUbIQ Technologies, a Dutch startup based out of Eindhoven University of Technology, has secured the prestigious NWO Take-off grant 2 from the Dutch Research Council (NWO (Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek)). This funding will allow the company… Continue reading Dutch Startup CUbIQ Technologies Secures prestigious NWO Take-off Grant to Develop Quantum Secure Coherent Engine

Quantum startup Atom Computing first to exceed 1,000 qubits

October 24, 2023 – Boulder, CO – Atom Computing announced it has created a 1,225-site atomic array, currently populated with 1,180 qubits, in its next-generation quantum computing platform. This is the first time a company has crossed the 1,000-qubit threshold for a universal gate-based system, planned for release next year. It marks an industry milestone… Continue reading Quantum startup Atom Computing first to exceed 1,000 qubits

The quantum security era is coming – here’s how leaders can prepare for it

The quantum security era is coming – here’s how leaders can prepare for it When it comes to certain types of complex computational problems – advanced statical modelling in the financial sector, accelerated research and development for pharmaceutical companies or a more efficient supply chain in the automotive industry – quantum computers promise organizations transformative… Continue reading The quantum security era is coming – here’s how leaders can prepare for it

Technology Breakfast: Quantum and Cybersecurity

Technology Breakfast: Quantum and Cybersecurity The United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR) hosted a side event to the United Nations Open-Ended Working Group (OEWG) on security of and in the use of information and communications technologies (ICTs). Quantum technology is considered as one of the most disruptive innovations on the horizon. While a lot… Continue reading Technology Breakfast: Quantum and Cybersecurity

Finland launches a 20-qubit quantum computer – development towards more powerful quantum computers continues

Finland launches a 20-qubit quantum computer – development towards more powerful quantum computers continues Today, VTT launched Finland’s second quantum computer – a 20-qubit superconductive device. The quantum computer is a result of intensive joint technology development between VTT and IQM Quantum Computers, demonstrating the companies’ excellence in developing technologies to scale up quantum computers. ESPOO,… Continue reading Finland launches a 20-qubit quantum computer – development towards more powerful quantum computers continues

Experimental Twin-Field Quantum Key Distribution over 1000 km Fiber Distance

Quantum key distribution (QKD) aims to generate secure private keys shared by two remote parties. With its security being protected by principles of quantum mechanics, some technology challenges remain towards practical application of QKD. The major one is the distance limit, which is caused by the fact that a quantum signal cannot be amplified while… Continue reading Experimental Twin-Field Quantum Key Distribution over 1000 km Fiber Distance

First quantum secured governmental connection in the Netherlands

Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) is proud to announce that on the 29th of June the first local governmental connection with secure quantum communications is being demonstrated in the Netherlands. In this demonstration a connection is made between mayor Oosterveer of Waalre in his office in Het Huis van Waalre to the network operator WeConnect’s… Continue reading First quantum secured governmental connection in the Netherlands