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Montreal firm delivers Canada’s first quantum computer for public research

Anyon Systems, a Canadian quantum computing company headquartered in Montreal, will deliver what it claims to be “Canada’s first quantum computer for public research” to Calcul Québec, a leading high-performance computing center that is part of the Digital Research Alliance of Canada. The new quantum computer, named Monarch, will be integrated into Calcul Québec‘s classical […]

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IBM brings Canada’s first universal quantum computer to Quebec

IBM, in partnership with the Canadian government, has chosen Quebec to house its first universal quantum system in Canada and the fourth one deployed outside of the U.S, the company announced on Feb. 3. It will be deployed at the IBM Bromont plant in Bromont, Quebec. The IBM Quantum System One will help researchers develop […]

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The Future of Cybersecurity: What Will it Look Like in 2031?

Ever wonder what the state of cybersecurity in 2031 will look like? While 10 years may seem a long way into the future, the speed at which the industry is evolving is sure to make the next decade fly by. Predicting the future of cybersecurity isn’t about looking into the crystal ball merely for fun. […]

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Quantum Security and AI: Building a Future Together

Quantum computing is still cutting-edge, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be improved. What is quantum computing? Is it the same as quantum cryptography, a central tenet of so-called quantum security? And where does artificial intelligence (AI) fit in? What Is Quantum Security?  Often when you hear about quantum computing in terms of security, it’s […]

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