‘Cybersecurity is all about tomorrow’s technology today’

India needs to rely on indigenous technology to create a quantum shield around its critical infrastructure due to unprecedented attacks by state as well as non-state actors says QNu’s Sunil Gupta.

Market for quantum tech growing faster than anticipated

Quantum cryptography is outpacing the growth of the cybersecurity market. QNu Lab’s Sunil Gupta explains some of the reasons for this boom.

Two American senators push for focus on quantum research

In a bid to blunt the edge of China’s advances in the area of quantum computing, two US senators push for cohesive strategy and investments via two new legislative bills.

Quantum computing experts raise red flags about misuse of the new technology

The great power that quantum computing will place in the hands of governments and corporations needs to be balanced with greater ethical responsibility, believe a host of quantum tech experts.


Boston startup QuEra takes novel route to quantum hardware

Founded by Physics professors, Boston-based QuEra Computing uses atomic qubits to build a stable and scalable quantum processor.

US blackballs Chinese quantum computing firms and chip makers for trade

Three Chinese quantum computing firms and a handful of chipmakers have been put on a trade blacklist by the US government to curb export of US technology.

Project Q-Exa pursues a European quantum computer made in Germany

Germany is at the centre of European quantum plans with the Q-Exa project

Australia to pump $73 million in cutting edge technology including quantum

At the centre of geopolitical jostling in the Indo-Pacific, Australia plans to beef up its technological edge in nine critical areas including quantum computing.

IBM’s Eagle soars with an over 100-qubit quantum processor

The American technology major has achieved an intermediate milestone in its predetermined journey towards building a 1,000-qubit plus quantum computer within two years.