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  • [New] Britain has entered into a security pact with the US and Australia to counter China that will involve building a nuclear powered submarine fleet and wide-ranging projects on cyber warfare, artificial intelligence and quantum computing. The Independent
  • [New] The revenues for the global quantum computing market are projected to surpass 2.5 billion dollars by 2029. Medium
  • [New] User communities within the DOE's Exascale Computing Project will use Polaris for optimizing engineering tasks for Argonne's forthcoming exascale supercomputer, which. TechBroll
  • [New] Researchers and others involved in DOE's Exascale Computing Project will use Polaris for optimizing engineering tasks and other projects to ultimately ready for Aurora. Nextgov
  • NSA does not know when or even if a quantum computer of sufficient size and power to exploit public key cryptography will exist, said the security agency in response to whether it is worried about the potential of adversarial use of quantum computing. TechRadar pro
  • After a successful first year, IBM Quantum will once again partner with The Coding School's Qubit by Qubit to bring quantum computing to students around the world. IBM Research Blog
  • The pending arrival of a quantum computer, and its ability to break today's encryption standards, will spur the largest global cryptographic transition in the history of computing. QuantumXC
  • IBM experts will be co-offering a Quantum Computing course on the NPTEL platform and augment select NPTEL courses such as data science and AI with technical inputs that will help provide students with a current industry perspective. Economic Times
  • The creation of quantum computing is at an advanced level of research and development; once finished, it might bring significant relief to cyber world users. Analytics Insight
  • In a world where industries are being redefined by disruptive technologies, such as blockchain, quantum computing and artificial intelligence, established firms have increasingly made bets on start-ups as a means to foster innovation and stave off competition. FDi Intelligence
  • The IBM Quantum Educator Summit will be a first-of-its-kind experiment in empowering educators to prepare their students for a future with quantum computing. IBM Research Blog
  • The new QCaaS platform will likely help boost the UK's ambitions to be a global quantum superpower while also making it easier for businesses to explore the increasing commercial and technical benefits of quantum computing. Tech Wire Asia
  • Under the MoU, AWS will support QEP in the development of quantum computing research and projects, and connect to the National Quantum-Safe Network for quantum communications. National University of Singapore
  • The quantum computing market is projected to reach $65 billion by 2030, a hot topic for investors and scientists alike because of its potential to solve incomprehensibly complex problems.
  • As the Quantum Computing TAM could easily result in double counting (a) companies funded to build and operate a quantum computer and (b) their respective component suppliers we decided to approach it by focussing on the Quantum Computing-as-a-Service (QCaaS) Market. The Quantum Daily
  • While early quantum processors have been crucial for demonstrating the potential of quantum computing, realizing globally significant applications will likely require processors with upwards of a million qubits. Singularity Hub
  • Quantum computing could help us a lot in that endeavor - if we are going to discover massively destructive technologies such as cold fusion or planet-smashing death rays, it will likely be through the use of quantum computers. TNW | Neural
  • The revenue from cloud access will increase as the quantum computing business grows in the next few years. Yahoo Finance
  • The global quantum computing market is expected to reach $1,765 million by 2026 at a CAGR of 30.2%, from $472 million in 2021. Yahoo Finance

Last updated: 19 September 2021