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Global Quantum Computing Technologies Market
  A new research study from JCMR with title Global Quantum Computing Technologies Market Research Report 2029 provides an in-depth assessment of the Quantum Computing Technologies including key market trends, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies & strategies. The research study provides forecasts for Quantum Computing Technologies investments till 2029.The report does include most recent post-pandemic market survey on Quantum Computing Technologies Market. Competition Analysis : D-Wave Systems (Canada), QX Branch (US), International Business Machines Corporation (US), Cambridge Quantum Computing (UK), 1QB Information Technologies (Canada), QC WareCorp. (US), StationQMicrosoft (US), Rigetti Computing (US), Google (US), River Lane Research (US) Request Free PDF Sample Report @:...

Edge Computing Market Analysis by Product Type, Applications, Regional Outlook, Technology, Opportunity and Forecast 2031 | ABB, Altran, Amazon Web Services, Inc., Atos SE, Belden Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., ClearBlade, Inc. – KSU

A new business intelligence report released by insightSLICE with title “Edge Computing Market Insights, forecast to 2031” has abilities to raise as the most significant market worldwide as it has remained playing a remarkable role in establishing progressive impacts on the universal economy. The Edge Computing Market Report offers energetic visions to conclude and study market size, market hopes, and competitive surroundings. The research is derived through primary and secondary statistics sources and it comprises both qualitative and quantitative detailing. Some of the key players profiled in the study are: ABB, Altran, Amazon Web Services, Inc., Atos SE, Belden Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., ClearBlade, Inc., Cloudflare, Inc., Dell Technologies Inc., Digi International Inc., EdgeConneX Inc., GENERAL ELECTRIC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise...

A scalable framework for smart COVID surveillance in the workplace using Deep Neural Networks and cloud computing – Singh – – Expert Systems

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1 INTRODUCTION For the last decade, cloud computing has proved to be a prominent method of acquiring or provisioning IT resources for applications whose demand is variable with time (Malawski et al., 2015). Further, it also helps new start‐ups and many organizations not to worry about their IT capital investment. However, cloud computing does impose an issue with the latency‐sensitive application because cloud resources are located far away from the data generating devices (Mahmud et al., 2018). A new computing paradigm known as fog computing was introduced by Cisco in 2012, aiming to resolve the latency issue by providing IT resources physically close to the data generating devices. Fog computing is an extension of cloud computing, not its replacement, since the IT resources provided by fog computing are not that powerful,...

Quantum computing company D-Wave Systems secures $40M in government funding

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Burnaby, B.C.-based D-Wave Systems is getting $40 million from the federal government to help advance its efforts in the development of quantum computing. The funding comes from Ottawa’s Strategic Innovation Fund to support a $120 million project to advance D-Wave’s hardware and software. François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, speaks with the media during a virtual briefing March 11. “Quantum will help us quickly solve problems that would have otherwise taken decades,” said François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, told reporters during a virtual press briefing for the announcement. In a separate release, he added that the funding will “will help place Canada at the forefront of quantum technology development, and will create new jobs and opportunities to help...

Quantum systems learn joint computing

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IMAGE: This picture shows the two qubit modules (red atom between two blue mirrors) that have been interconnected to implement a basic quantum computation (depicted as light blue symbol) over a... view more  Credit: Stephan Welte, Severin Daiss (MPQ) Today's quantum computers contain up to several dozen memory and processing units, the so-called qubits. Severin Daiss, Stefan Langenfeld, and colleagues from the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching have successfully interconnected two such qubits located in different labs to a distributed quantum computer by linking the qubits with a 60-meter-long optical fiber. Over such a distance they realized a quantum-logic gate - the basic building block of a quantum computer. It makes the system the worldwide first prototype of a distributed quantum computer. The limitations...