The NPL and partners launch Quantum Standards Network Pilot
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL), in collaboration with government and industry partners, has launched a UK Quantum Standards Network Pilot to ensure the UK is at the forefront of establishing global standards for quantum.
Quinas exhibits at UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase
Lancaster University spinout company Quinas Technology is showcasing innovative new memory technology that exploits quantum phenomena at the UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase in London on 2nd November 2023.
UK supercomputer powered by NVIDIA Grace Hopper can reach 21 exaflops
Britain’s most powerful supercomputer will use NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchips to ground its global ambitions in machine learning.
New technologies on show at Quantum Showcase
The Science Minister George Freeman will outline the recipients of over £14 million in funding, aimed at benefitting the UK’s thriving quantum sector.
Quantum Technology to be on show and in action at UK Industry Showcase
Thousands of delegates will flood the exhibition-floor at the Quantum Technologies Showcase, when it returns to the Business Design Centre in London on Thursday 2 November.
Infineon opens laboratory for quantum electronics and Power AI
Infineon has opened a new laboratory for the development of quantum electronics in Oberhaching near Munich.
The Quantum Technologies Showcase returns
The Quantum Technologies Showcase, which last year attracted more than 1,000 delegates from 34 different countries, will host the latest ground-breaking applications of quantum technologies currently in development and in the process of being commercialised.
Finland launches a 20-qubit quantum computer
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and the European leader in building IQM Quantum Computers, have completed Finland's second quantum computer.
New AI + Quantum Centre of Excellence launched in Reading
Cyxtera announced the launch of its new AI + Quantum Centre of Excellence (COE) in the company’s LHR3 data centre in Reading, UK.
£15m competition to accelerate the use of quantum technologies
The first winners of a £15 million competition to explore the benefits of using quantum technologies in the Government’s work across areas like health, transport, and net zero have been announced today.