Quantum computing market estimated CAGR of 23.5% through 2033
Future Market Insight predicts that the global quantum computing market could exhibit remarkable growth, with an estimated worth of $6.5 billion by 2033.
The quantum revolution in SWIR sensing
Short-wave infrared (SWIR) detection is heralding a new age of sensing and imaging technology. Compared with other wavelengths used in sensing, SWIR suffers less from parasitic ambient light and enables powerful active illumination, which improves the signal-to-noise ratio, expanding the functionality of various applications.
Quantum computing: The whats, whens and hows
Quantum computing is a rapidly emerging technology that promises to revolutionise the way we process and analyse information entirely. Whilst this is fantastic news at face value, what are these quantum machines, and how do they actually work? What is being developed and how? And what does the future hold? Electronic Specifier spoke to Professor Robert Young, Chief Scientist at Quantum Base and Professor of Quantum Technology at Lancaster Univers...
Grant funding will help Quantum Science power up solar cells
Next-generation solar panels could be just around the corner after Quantum Science won a grant to integrate INFIQ technology into solar cells.
Quantum Imaging launches its next-generation SWIR camera
Quantum Imaging – an SCD.USA company - will launch its next-generation short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera, MIRA 02Y-E, at this year’s SPIE Defence + Commercial Sensing conference.
Quantum Science stands for SWIR industry
Quantum Science is ready to support the rapid expansion in short-wave infrared (SWIR) imaging as research shows the SWIR imaging industry will grow to $2.9 billion by 2028.
Swedish quantum computer applied to chemistry
There are high expectations that quantum computers may deliver revolutionary new possibilities for simulating chemical processes.
‘Unhackable’ technologies revealed at Mobile World Congress
European spin-off companies unveiled new systems at this year's Mobile World Congress, which are set to make mobile and data centre communication ‘unhackable.’
First UK-based research facility to develop advanced cryogenic systems for large-scale quantum computing
Silicon Valley startup PsiQuantum is to open its first advanced R&D facility outside of the US at the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Daresbury Laboratory.
Investigating quantum properties of lead-halide perovskites under practical conditions
According to Fortune Business Insights, the quantum computing market is projected to grow from $486 million in 2021 to $3.18 billion in 2028. This growth is expected as the demand increases for devices that can manipulate electrical currents and optical fields to store energy, process information, communicate and transfer data. Here, Professor Kenan Gundogdu, Head of the Quantum Division at NextGen Nano, explores recent breakthroughs in quan...