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2-Day Conference: The Future of Quantum Computing, Networking & Sensors (New York, United States – April 2-3, 2020) – Benzinga

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Dublin, Dec. 16, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Networking and Quantum Sensors" conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The World of Quantum Technology Business Opportunities

Quantum technology is developing rapidly, from interesting technology to use-cases to business development. Some quantum technologies are already earning money. According to the research division, Quantum Key Distribution (QKD), will reach revenues of around $140 million in 2020 and the market for Quantum Computers will reach approximately $110 million. Quantum technology now embraces quantum computing, QKD, post-quantum cryptography (PQC) and quantum sensors; and of course, all the related software.

As these markets evolve Business people and Professionals in the quantum technology field must keep track of all relevant information to make strategic choices. This third quantum technology event will be held in New York, at one of the city's most modern conference facilities. It will be a must-attend event for strategic planners, marketing executives, designers, product managers, engineers, investors, government executives, and others in the quantum technology field. New York is the center of the financial world and this means enhanced attention to the conference from both investors and media outlets.

This NY event is a follow-on to the highly successful 2019 events in Boston and Europe in 2019. The event in New York in April 2020 will offer:

The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Networking, and Quantum Sensors - New York will provide comprehensive insights into the commercial future of all areas of quantum technology, presenting both opportunities available today and future applications for businesses and government.

The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Networking, and Quantum Sensors - New York will be jointly organized with 3DR Holdings, which organized the other highly successful quantum technology events. It will be a major learning experience on how quantum technology is evolving, in which marketing and deployment strategies are being pursued and which near-term steps will be taken by everyone from researchers to end-users.

Topics Covered

Quantum Computing Hardware & Software

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Quantum Computing Applications

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Agenda

April 2nd, 2020

8.30 am Plenary: Keynotes

Symposium I: Quantum Computing Hardware

9:15 am Panel 1: When will quantum supremacy arrive? What will it mean? 9:55 am Panel 2: Whither quantum annealers? 10:35 am Panel 3: Future uses of quantum simulators 11:15 am Coffee break 11:35 am Panel 4: Quantum computing hardware startups: What are the opportunities? Speaker: John Randall Zyvex - President Zyvex Labs 12:15 pm Talk: Quantum Computing Hardware Forecasts

Symposium III: Quantum Networks

9:15 am Panel 1: Second generation QKDs and QRNGs: New products and market forecasts 9:55 am Panel 2: Quantum-based cybersecurity in mobile networks and payment systems 10:35 am Panel 3: What will the Quantum Internet look like? 11:35 am Panel 4: Early-stage quantum networks: Some case studies

12:35 pm Lunch

Symposium II: Quantum Computing Software

2:05 pm Panel 1: Evolution of quantum computer operating systems: Proprietary or multi-vendor 2:45 pm Panel 2: Applications software for quantum computers: Types and market prospects 3:25 pm Coffee break 3:45 pm Panel 3: AI, machine learning and quantum computing 4:25 pm Panel 4: Post-quantum encryption software Speaker: Reza Azarderaksh - PQSecure - Co-founder and President 5.30 pm Networking Reception 6.30 pm Startup Forum

Symposium IV: Quantum Sensors

2:05 am Panel 1: New quantum sensor technologies and materials 2:45 pm Talk: Quantum network applications and forecasts 3:45 pm Panel 2: Atomic clocks: Quantum directions 4:25 pm Panel 3: Quantum lidar and quantum radar Speaker: Maria Thoma Hall - Velodyne - President

April 3rd, 2020

8.30 am Plenary: Keynotes

Symposium V: End Users and Applications

9:15 am Panel 1: Quantum technology for healthcare: imaging, therapy, and planning 9:55 am Panel 2: Quantum technology for the materials sector: pharmaceuticals, the chemical industry, and oil and gas Speaker: Govinda Bhisetti Biogen - Head of Computational Chemistry 10:35 am Panel 3: Quantum technology for automotive, aerospace and transportation planning Speaker: Dr. William Clark - General Dynamics Mission Systems - Technical Director of Quantum R&D 11:15 am Coffee break 11:35 am Panel 4: Quantum technology in banking and financial services Speaker: Carlos Kuchkovsky Jimenez - BBVA - Chief R&D and Technology Officer - New digital business 12:35 pm Lunch

Symposium VI: Policy, Regulation, and Standards

9:15 am Panel 1: Quantum processors -- architectures 9:55 am Panel 2: Quantum processors -- materials 10:35 am Panel 3: New developments in cooling: components, materials, and systems Speaker: Jacob E. Grose - BASF Venture Capital - Investment Manager 11:35 am Panel 4: Quantum repeaters, quantum memories, and trusted nodes Speaker: Mehdi Namazi - Qunnect - CEO 12:35 pm Lunch

Symposium V (part 2): End Users

2:05 pm Panel 5: Quantum computing software for the financial services industry 2:05 am Panel 1: Quantum technology and the China question 2:45 pm Panel 6: Quantum computing and optimization applications 2:45 pm Panel 2: US national quantum technology policy Speaker: Terrill Frantz - Harrisburg University - Associate Professor of eBusiness and Cybersecurity 3:25 pm Coffee break 3:45 pm Panel 7: Early users of QKD and quantum networks 3:45 pm Panel 3: Quantum technology policy in Europe 4:25 pm Panel 4: The quantum technology business worldwide: Where to next?

For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/lrnk75

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2-Day Conference: The Future of Quantum Computing, Networking & Sensors (New York, United States - April 2-3, 2020) - Benzinga

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December 21st, 2019 at 9:52 am

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Intel Achieves Milestone in Quantum Practicality with ‘Horse Ridge’ – Database Trends and Applications

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Dec 17, 2019

Intel Labs has unveiled what it believes to be a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip code-named Horse Ridge that is aimed at speeding up the development of full-stack quantum computing systems.

According to Intel, Horse Ridge will enable control of multiple quantum bits (qubits) and set a clear path toward scaling larger systems a major milestone on the path to quantum practicality.

Developed together with Intels research collaborators at QuTech, a partnership between TU Delft and TNO (Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research), Horse Ridge is fabricated using Intels 22nm FinFET Low Power (22FFL) technology. In-house fabrication of these control chips at Intel will dramatically accelerate the companys ability to design, test and optimize a commercially viable quantum computer.

Quantum computers promise the potential to tackle problems that conventional computers cant handle by leveraging a phenomena of quantum physics that allows qubits to exist in multiple states simultaneously. As a result, qubits can conduct a large number of calculations at the same time dramatically speeding up complex problem-solving.

While there has been a lot of emphasis on the qubits themselves, the ability to control many qubits at the same time had been a challenge for the industry," said Jim Clarke, Intels director of Quantum Hardware. "Intel recognized that quantum controls were an essential piece of the puzzle we needed to solve in order to develop a large-scale commercial quantum system. Thats why we are investing in quantum error correction and controls. With Horse Ridge, Intel has developed a scalable control system that will allow us to significantly speed up testing and realize the potential of quantum computing.

Intel says that in the race to realize the potential of quantum computers, researchers have largely focused extensively on qubit fabrication, building test chips that demonstrate the exponential power of a small number of qubits operating in superposition.

However, it says, in early quantum hardware developments including design, testing and characterization of Intels silicon spin qubit and superconducting qubit systems it has identified a major bottleneck toward realizing commercial-scale quantum computing: interconnects and control electronics.

With Horse Ridge, Intel says it is introducing an elegant solution that will enable the company to control multiple qubits and set a clear path toward scaling future systems to larger qubit counts a major milestone on the path to quantum practicality.

For more information, go to http://www.intel.com.

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