14 Best Cloud Computing Stocks To Invest In

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In this article, we are going to talk about the 14 best cloud computing stocks to invest in. You can skip our detailed discussion about the trends in the Cloud computing industry and go to the 5 Best Cloud Computing Stocks to Invest In.Cloud computing is one of the most in-demand and fastest-growing tech sectors boosted by digitalization, especially during the pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic further highlighted the demand for cloud computing services given their flexible costs, scalability, and efficiency. According to a PWC study, in the first quarter of 2020, spending on cloud computing was already at $29 billion, up 38% compared to the same quarter of 2019.Cloud computing is the fastest-growing tech segment in the market, with over 3.6 billion users in 2018 and a global market size that reached $266 billion in 2019. Many investors believe that...

Why now is the right time to invest in European quantum computing

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John Martinis, the lead scientist who built Google’s first computer to achieve quantum supremacy, recently left the tech giant to join Silicon Quantum Computing, a 2017-founded startup based in Sydney. Meanwhile Terra Quantum, a Swiss-based quantum computing startup, has celebrated another big hire with high-profile physicist Valerii Vinokur from the Argonne National Laboratory in the US. “There is a trend for academics going to startups now, and it is a good sign when the seasoned professionals start joining.” Both moves are a sign that smaller startups are able to compete with the big players in the brewing war for talent in the quantum sector, as the industry begins to get out of the lab towards commercial applications. Markus Pflitsch, cofounder Terra Quantum, says that big shot professors joining startups is a sign that smaller...

Quantum computing is so last-decade. Get ready to invest in the final frontier… teleportation

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If 2020 had you wishing you could say “Beam me up, Scotty,” you’re not alone. You may be one tiny step closer to getting your wish… in a few decades or so. Scientists from Fermilab, Caltech, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the University of Calgary achieved “long-distance quantum teleportation” in mid-2020, they confirmed in an academic journal article published last month. It’s another step toward realizing what’s often called quantum computing, and also toward understanding physics on a different level than we do now, perhaps well enough to someday teleport humans. And while there is no ETF specifically for that yet, here are some broad guidelines for thinking about how to invest in very nascent technologies. For starters, it’s good to understand the broad contours of the industry supporting the idea. A...