Edge computing drives business innovation

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As technology use has grown exponentially during the pandemic, generating unprecedented volumes of critical business data, businesses are turning to the edge to help accelerate growth and drive business transformation, a survey from Intel has revealed. The report, The edge outlook: the now, the new and the next of edge computing, made the case that with the edge set to transform every aspect of life and business, organisations must embrace collaboration and take advantage of ecosystems that allow them to capitalise on all its opportunities. It found that the rate at which the world is changing is exacerbated by the pandemic, climate crisis and rising sociopolitical tensions. Alongside this, reliance on data is soaring, with trillions of minutes processed on video platforms each month. Intel said businesses need this data readily...

Innovative Gadget Brand Best & First Gives Technology and Innovation a New Platform

Innovative Gadget Brand Best First Gives Technology and Innovation
With the ever-increasing need for devices, gadgets, and appliances that can help people carry out their daily tasks winning, innovating gadget brand Best & First has taken on the responsibility of bringing such tools to their platform. Technology and innovation have failed and succeeded throughout history and will continue to do so but never have they ceased to amaze. Technology has paved its way into each and every walk of life making tasks and life easy and efficient and Best and First, is no exception to that. Best and First have many innovative tech gadgets from their brand as well as partnerships with innovative gadget makers. The Best & First website serves as a platform for all such kinds of gadgets that have a hand in making lifestyle easy and execution of everyday tasks simple. At Best and First, innovative gadgets and tools are...

Technology Innovation Institute Joins the Quantum Computing Challenge with Launch of Open-Source ‘Qibo’

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:  Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) has developed the first simulation version of 'Qibo', a versatile open-source quantum computing programming framework, in collaboration with researchers from around the world.   This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210426005389/en/   Professor José Ignacio Latorre, Chief Researcher, Quantum Research Centre (QRC), Technology Innovation Institute (TII) (Photo: AETOSWire) The development follows a series of rapid...

Technology Innovation Institute Joins the Quantum Computing Challenge with Launch of Open-Source ‘Qibo’

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Article content ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) has developed the first simulation version of ‘Qibo’, a versatile open-source quantum computing programming framework, in collaboration with researchers from around the world. The development follows a series of rapid announcements at TII since the first ATRC board meeting in August 2020. TII strives to create innovation for a better world. The development of an open-source programming framework will have compelling benefits for the global research community. Qibo is designed to support quantum algorithms across different computer systems, including support to hardware accelerators such as graphics processing units...

Technology Innovation Institute Joins the Quantum Computing Challenge with Launch of Open-Source ‘Qibo’

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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the applied research pillar of Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) has developed the first simulation version of 'Qibo', a versatile open-source quantum computing programming framework, in collaboration with researchers from around the world. The development follows a series of rapid announcements at TII since the first ATRC board meeting in August 2020. TII strives to create innovation for a better world. The development of an open-source programming framework will have compelling benefits for the global research community. Qibo is designed to support quantum algorithms across different computer systems, including support to hardware accelerators such as graphics processing units (GPUs) and...

Keysight Advances Innovation in Hyperscale Data Centers, 5G and Cloud Computing with PCIe® 5.0 Test Platforms

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SANTA ROSA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS), a leading technology company that delivers advanced design and validation solutions to help accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, participated in a first PCI Express® (PCIe®) 5.0 Preliminary FYI Workshop sponsored by PCI-SIG®, with solutions that simulate, characterize and validate PCIe 5.0 devices enabling Keysight to drive consistency in test standards that will advance innovation in hyperscale data centers, 5G and cloud computing. Keysight participated in the PCIe 5.0 Preliminary FYI Compliance Workshop, February 22-26, 2021 in Beaverton, Oregon, U.S., with hardware and software solutions for receiver and transmitting testing, including the Infinium UXR oscilloscope, high-performance bit error ratio tester (BERT) and compliance test solutions....

Abu Dhabi’s Technology Innovation Institute to Build UAE’s First Quantum Computer

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Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:  Work is underway to build a quantum computer in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, ushering an important milestone for the region in this breakthrough era in computing.   This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210323005788/en/   H.E. Faisal Al Bannai, Secretary General of ATRC (Photo: AETOSWire) Technology Innovation Institute (TII), the dedicated ‘applied research’ pillar of Abu Dhabi’s newly established Advanced Technology Research Council (ATRC), today announced that its Quantum Research Centre (QRC) team led by its Chief Researcher Professor José Ignacio Latorre, will...

How to enable quantum computing innovation through access

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A Chinese researcher works on an ultracold atom device at the CAS-Alibaba Quantum Computing Laboratory in Shanghai, China, 30 July 2015. Two recent breakthroughs in quantum computing have generated significant excitement in the field. By using quantum computers to solve problems that classical computers could not, researchers in the United States and China have separately ushered in the era of “quantum advantage.” Yet as momentous as the demonstration of quantum advantage may be, it is the availability of more capable quantum machines that will ultimately have greater impact. Access to these machines will foster a cohort of “quantum natives” capable of solving real-world problems with quantum computers. Both recent breakthroughs—random circuit sampling by Google in 2019 and boson sampling by the University of Science and...