Australian-German full-stack quantum accelerator startup Quantum Brilliance has closed a $13 million seed investment round.
A forthcoming documentary promotes the idea that sustainability should be a major focus for quantum technology.
IBM announced a raft of advances in artificial intelligence, hybrid cloud and quantum computing during its online Think 2021 conference this week. These innovations highlight IBM’s role in helping its clients and partners accelerate their digital transformation, return to work smarter, and build strategic ecosystems to drive better business outcomes.
As usual, Nvidia had a raft of product announcements ready for its annual GTC conference which started today. Among the standouts were the Grace data centre CPU, a next-generation BlueField DPU, Omniverse Enterprise for 3D collaboration, and updates to the company's Drive platform.
ANU based startup Quantum Brilliance will install the world's first diamond quantum accelerator at Perth's Pawsey Supercomputing Centre.
Alibaba's global research initiative has compiled its must-read forecast of the fascinating leading trends that will shape the tech industry in the year ahead.
Countries in the Asia Pacific region are showing keen interest in quantum computing and pledging significant investments, according to one analyst firm which says that the quest for quantum computing supremacy is set to gather momentum in the next few years.
Intel Labs' newly revealed Horse Ridge cryogenic control chip will speed the development of full-stack quantum computing systems, according to the company.
The latest 2019 TMT Predictions from Deloitte show that Australia leads the global race to adopt 5G, with eSports striding ahead, AI for better customer service, quantum computing as a major revenue opportunity and more among a wealth of other must-read prognostications.
The Australian Government has unveiled a new strategy which it says is aimed at developing the country’s digital skills and ensuring the benefits of technology flow to all Australians.
University of New South Wales researchers have demonstrated a compact sensor that can access information stored in electrons bringing the world one step closer to scalable quantum computing in silicon.
It's nearly 2019, and Gartner lined up its top strategic tech trends for 2019 at its Symposium conference in Orlando last week which you can see and read below.
An Australian company thinks it knows how to overcome the innate unreliability of quantum computers.
Global cloud industry group, the Cloud Security Alliance, has raised concerns about the potential security risks of quantum computing and warns that while most companies are aware of the risks, they are not yet ready to take action.
Learning how to program a quantum computer has been pushed a step forward with Microsoft's release of a free preview of its Quantum Development Kit.
Doped-up crystals are what’s needed to harness the weird properties of quantum mechanics, with ANU researchers providing a “major leap forward” to a quantum Internet.
It’s one PM challenging another PM for tech smarts, with Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull doing a Canadian PM Justin Trudeau in explaining quantum computing to top academics and journalists.
Telstra will invest $10 million and ‘in-kind’ support over five years to help the development of silicon quantum computing technology in Australia.
Quantum-safe crypto solutions and the arrival of quantum computing might still sound like they’re from a Bond movie but Acronis and ID Quantique are ready.
Deloitte’s sixth annual Tech Trends report has been released, and iTWire recorded the report’s launch, looking at IoT, AI, cloud, ambient computing and much, much more.
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