Stratus Introduces Global Program for System Integrators to Develop Edge Computing Competencies and Deployment Expertise

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BloombergThe World Economy Is Suddenly Running Low on Everything(Bloomberg) -- A year ago, as the pandemic ravaged country after country and economies shuddered, consumers were the ones panic-buying. Today, on the rebound, it’s companies furiously trying to stock up. Mattress producers to car manufacturers to aluminum foil makers are buying more material than they need to survive the breakneck speed at which demand for goods is recovering and assuage that primal fear of running out. The frenzy is pushing supply chains to the brink of seizing up. Shortages, transportation bottlenecks and price spikes are nearing the highest levels in recent memory, raising concern that a supercharged global economy will stoke inflation.Copper, iron ore and steel. Corn, coffee, wheat and soybeans. Lumber, semiconductors, plastic and cardboard for packaging. The...

Stratus Introduces Global Program for System Integrators to Develop Edge Computing Competencies and Deployment Expertise

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New SI program offers training, certification, accreditation, and eLearning necessary to build successful Edge Computing technology practicesMAYNARD, Mass., May 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Stratus Technologies, a global leader in simplified, protected, autonomous Edge Computing platforms, today launched a new program to enable System Integrators (SIs) to develop Edge Computing competencies and deployment expertise. Through Stratus led training, certification, and accreditation, SIs now have the tools and support to develop Edge Computing technology practices to generate new revenue. The program’s top partnership level, Stratus Endorsed status, allows SIs to implement Stratus Edge Computing platforms using a repeatable and profitable methodology to ensure high-quality solution delivery, and to bundle Stratus Service offerings to provide on-going...

LG Electronics works with Dutch firm to develop quantum computing technology for multiphysics simulation

LG Electronics works with Dutch firm to develop quantum computing
[Courtesty of LG Electronics] SEOUL -- Dutch quantum-computational software developer Qu&Co tied up with LG Electronics to develop quantum computing technology for multiphysics simulation. They will launch a three-year joint study and use research achievements to solve the problem of multiphysics.Multiphysics is the coupled processes or systems involving more than one simultaneously occurring physical field and the studies of and knowledge about these processes and systems. Multiphysics simulations are used to analyze and validate them.LG Electronics said the joint study would increase the competitiveness of future technologies by utilizing quantum computing that uses quantum bits or qubits, based on the principles of quantum theory, which explains the nature and behavior of energy and matter on the quantum level. Theoretically, a...

LG Electronics to Develop Quantum Computing Tech with Dutch Firm

LG Electronics to Develop Quantum Computing Tech with Dutch Firm
(image: Korea Bizwire) SEOUL, April 15 (Korea Bizwire) — LG Electronics Inc. said Thursday it has formed ties with Dutch quantum algorithm developer Qu & Co to conduct joint research on quantum computing technology in a move to boost competitiveness in future technologies. Under the research agreement, the two companies will develop quantum computing technology for multiphysic simulations over the next three years. Multiphysics refer to systems that involve simultaneously occurring multiple physical phenomena. Multiphysics simulations are used to analyze and verify such systems. LG said current computers are limited in analyzing complex systems, and expects the substantially faster quantum computing technology to process them and help resolve industrial problems that account for multiple physical phenomena. LG said it expects quantum...

Linde and Bluefors to develop cryogenic hardware for quantum computing

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This week, the Anglo-German-American industrial gas and chemicals maker Linde announced a new partnership with Finnish refrigeration technology maker Bluefors to develop and scale a product for quantum computing cryogenics. So could this rarefied segment of the refrigeration technologies sector become the next version of the still-red-hot investment market for cold-storage logistics? According to an announcement from the two companies this week, Linde will bring to bear its experience as the world leader in large cryogenic installations, combining with Bluefors’ ultra-low temperature interface, which is needed for quantum computing. Together, the companies say, their combined approach will ensure cryogenics are ready for the “next steps” in large-scale quantum computing, in terms of cooling power, efficiency and robustness. Quantum...

Archer Materials Ltd and Max Kelsen strengthen collaboration to develop quantum computing algorithms

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The algorithms are key to the operation of Archer's 12CQ quantum computing chip and the two companies have outlined a detailed development roadmap for adapting IBM’s Qiskit Pulse toolkit to be used with 12CQ prototype chips. () () (FRA:38A) has strengthened its collaboration with Brisbane-based AI firm Max Kelsen to develop quantum computing algorithms relevant to the operation of the 12CQ quantum computing chip. The collaboration, which was announced in December last year, is a key step in the commercialisation of the 12CQ chip and aims to validate chip end-uses and high-value practical applications. Archer's CEO Dr Mohammad Choucair along with senior management recently travelled to Brisbane to meet the CEO and R&D teams of Max Kelsen to enhance the collaboration and learn more about the Max Kelsen business to explore strategic...

Roche strikes quantum computing deal to develop early-stage Alzheimer’s drugs with CQC

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Swiss pharma giant Roche is to develop quantum algorithms to help it discover and develop early-stage drugs as part of a deal with Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC).The company is planning to use CQC’s quantum chemistry platform, EUMEN, to design and implement noisy-intermediate-scale-quantum (NISQ) algorithms for early-stage drug discovery, particularly for the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease.An early step in the fight against dementiaWhile the CQC deal will be focused on speeding up the discovery process for drugs to help treat Alzheimer’s, it will likely be expanded in scope should it prove successful.“For many years quantum computing has held out great promise for discovering new therapeutics that aid humanity in fighting some of the most devastating and damaging diseases. We are pleased that due to the careful and pioneering efforts...