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A comprehensive research study titled Global Enterprise Quantum Computing Market presented here is a smart interpretation on the global market which presents associate in-depth define of the Enterprise Quantum Computing market. The report contains insightful data on the main sectors of the global market. The report segments the market by its types, applications, players, and regions on the basis of its production, consumption, and revenue. The research covers detail information with reference to numerous shoppers that’s that the foremost necessary part for the makers. The report encompasses the market summary, market dynamics, competitive analysis, and leading player’s numerous ways in which to sustain within the international market.

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The report then covers factors such as market share, CAGR, production, and consumption with respect to the geographical sectors. The report estimates the lookup of different local distributors in the overall market. Analysts have comprehensively performed primary and secondary research to investigate the key players and their contribution to the growth of the global Enterprise Quantum Computing market. The report analyzes the market status of the manufacturers and predicts the future market orientation for the forecast amount from 2019 to 2024. Moreover, the report sheds light on historical data, current market trends, environmental, future trends, key vendors, end-user applications, products, geographical regions, consumption patterns, and influencing factors of each region. Later, the report highlights all the recent developments, product launches, joint ventures, merges and accusations by the top brands and players.

Our best analysts have surveyed the market report with the reference of inventories and data given by the key players: QRA Corp, Rigetti & Co, Inc., Cambridge Quantum, Intel Corporation, QxBranch, Inc., D-Wave Systems Inc, Google LLC, QC Ware Corp., Computing Ltd, IBM Corporation, Quantum Circuits, Inc., Atos SE, Microsoft Corporation, Cisco Systems,

Based on segmentation, the market report is made up of an in-depth investigation of the leading regions with production, revenue, consumption, import and export in these regions, from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2024, including:

North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)

Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)

Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)

South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)

Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa).


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This report will allow you to know your rival’s new product or pricing strategy or the entrance of an unexpected player into the global Enterprise Quantum Computing market. Also, you will be able to anticipate what your competitors are planning next. You will have information on a new product they are getting ready to launch or new services they will add to the business. The leading players are covered in the report with product description, business outline, and business strategy, as well as production, future demand, company profile, product portfolio, product/service price, capacity, sales, and cost.

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Technology And Society: Can Marketing Save The World?

Few administrations and a handful of companies are charting the road of post-quantum encryption. The U.S. is one of those. The National Institute of …



In 1991, Stuart Haber and Scott Stornetta worked to develop uncrackable encrypted stacks of blocks, creating a database nobody could tamper with. At that time, they likely could not have imagined this technology would become the foundation of blockchain. Blockchain was born after Satoshi Nakamoto’s paper in 2008 about cryptocurrency that unraveled the many more applications this technology could have.

The foremost practical benefit of blockchain, in any application, is that of taking away reliability from humans and putting it into machines. It is the ultimate automated trust it generates through an uncrackable system of collaborating computers that creates encrypted blocks that guarantee the security and authenticity of any transaction or interaction, avoiding data bridges and human intermediation

In the last 10 years, we’ve seen the birth of several initiatives and organizations that are attempting to make the most out of this technology. It seems we are on the verge of a revolution that will change our lives in much the same way personal computers did throughout the last 30 years.

While it seems clear the value this technology may bring, we tend to forget that most technologies used today are data-driven, running over binary systems. Blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), industry 4.0, autonomous vehicles and most of the amazing achievements of the last 50 years are based on this type of computing. What would happen if these types of binary systems became obsolete?

Change Is The Only Constant

With the technology we have today, cracking current encryptions that guarantee cryptocurrency security through blockchain is not an easy feat. That is what makes blockchain a safe place to authenticate transactions. But what if a new type of computer could do it in just minutes? What’s known as a quantum computer is already used by companies like Google and IBM.

Suddenly, blockchain, the technology that was supposed to change the future, becomes obsolete, and with it, most attempts to be its early adopters. Few administrations and a handful of companies are charting the road of post-quantum encryption. The U.S. is one of those. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has already identified 26 algorithms that could become the standard to protect information today and tomorrow.

But there is no reason for panic. As Ian Kahn mentions in his acclaimed “Blockchain City” documentary, “Tomorrow is not here yet,” and it seems, as he also reminds, that our tomorrow is made of the only constant there is: change. Through constant change, evolution is happening at an accelerating pace, giving us little time to adapt and transforming governments, organizations, companies and consumers all into forced early adopters.

While quantum computers may seem a giant bridge, it is no different than all the other technologies we are benefiting from and do not realize we are using. As consumers, we do not understand internet protocols, and yet, we buy online every day. With quantum technology, it will happen the same: We may not understand it, but we will still run applications that will reap the benefits of this giant disruption that will boost innovation in a way we cannot even imagine.

I believe quantum computers are the new giant leap by humankind that will boost our capacity to understand, learn and build. With them, we will be able to open the doors to unimaginable discoveries and possibilities that will likely make us look like aliens on our own planet. This is the power that is being unleashed for which we will have to work on defining a purpose beyond profits and power, securing its use for the benefit of all. Dreamers will no longer exist the way we know them today.

Innovation Must Have A Greater Purpose

After many years doing marketing for companies of all sorts and sizes on three different continents, I came to the conclusion that focusing on technological innovation only could be a fatal — or at least dangerous — mistake. Marketing is one of the industries that has embraced and adapted to these new technologies at a really fast pace. However, having the power unleashed through technology is not enough if you don’t have a clear aim, and that aim cannot be only profits.

Technology, in most cases, increases efficiency. In essence, we achieve the same results, but faster, safer, in a cleaner way, with fewer resources. Take marketing, for instance: Social media, digital environments and IoT are all techniques marketing is using to the benefit of businesses’ profit and loss. Yet, these technological innovations are obtaining the very same results, though more efficiently, than our old, traditional, nondigital media: reach and segmentation.

I believe society is clamoring for a different impact. Innovation in technology is not enough. We need to innovate in management models that can guarantee, through the use and development of new technologies, that the impacts we generate are different. We need a broader base of prosperity that generates larger social equity and improves our environment.

Richard Branson has stated, “The brands that will thrive in the coming years are the ones that have a purpose beyond profit.” The future is now, and companies need to use technologies, products and services that allow them to go beyond, but never forgetting, profits.

Looking To Marketing As A Model To Follow

Marketing is the leverage that can serve as a bridge between corporations and society at large, launching profitable projects that also have social and environmental impacts. Marketing can also make consumers understand that they have the collective power, fostered by individual behavior, to demand those kinds of projects while accepting that companies make money along the way. It’s not bad to make money while helping others and the environment, and it is necessary to make those improvements sustainable.

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Quantum Cryptography Services Market 2019-2025 Industry to Grow At a Higher CAGR with HP …

The Quantum cryptography Services market is probable to propagate USD +943 Million and at a CAGR of +27% by 2025. Quantum cryptography is …

The Quantum cryptography Services market is probable to propagate USD +943 Million and at a CAGR of +27% by 2025.

Quantum cryptography is unique in relation to ordinary cryptographic frameworks in that it depends more on physics, as disparate to mathematics, as a key part of its security establish. The risk to the uprightness of encoded information is a main problem now. Procedures like collect and decode, where programmers burnish and store information until the point that they have the capacity to decode data with quantum PCs, present a genuine test to organizations IT organization. At present secure information is in fact officially stranded against the hackers of the impending.

Our distinctive research methodology analyses the prospects and drawbacks giving the potential players an opportunity to share the vision of making this industry a significant player in the global market. This quantum cryptography Services market report describes an in-depth analysis of the industry’s growth with respect to the latest technological advancements made, regulatory bodies, supply-demand chain structure, manufacturers, etc. The analysts have conducted both primary and secondary research in order to accurately forecast the industry’s growth possibility.

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HP Development Company, ID Quantique, IBM, Nokia

The telecom operators are adopting quantum cryptography solutions and providing secured information to the customers while complying with regulations, such as Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). Furthermore, the rise in the integration of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) into multiple verticals including IT and telecom. The quantum cryptography Services market key players have been observed to expand their standing in the global market by incorporating several merger and acquisition activities with the fellow players. 2018 to 2023 has been considered as the forecast year for devising the corresponding market size and share numbers.

North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa have been identified at the prominent regional markets for Quantum Cryptography Services in the research study. The report goes on to explore market drivers and restraints to generate a concise representation of key segments and competitive landscape of the Quantum Cryptography Services market.

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Global Quantum Cryptography Services Market

Chapter 1. Overview of Quantum Cryptography Services

Chapter 2. Company (Top Players) Profiles

Chapter 3. Development of Quantum Cryptography Services market

Chapter 4. Competitive Status, Trends and Growth.

Chapter 5. Quantum Cryptography Services Market segmented by Products (2019-2025)

Chapter 6. Segmented by Application and by regions (2019-2025)

Chapter 7. Conclusion of market

Chapter 8. Proposals of New Project.

Chapter 9. Market opportunities and threats faced by Quantum Cryptography Services market.

Chapter 10. Research Findings and Conclusion

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TiECON Canada 2019 Brings Quantum, 5G, Top Canadian Start-ups & Worldwide Speakers to …

Philip Kaye, D-Wave Systems, Program Director, Corporate Affairs, Scott Totzke, Cofounder and CEO, ISARA Corp and Bruno Couillard, Co-Founder …

TiECON Canada is bringing an exciting theme “Start, Scale, Succeed” in its annual flagship conference, to be held this year in Ottawa from October 31st to November 1st, 2019. The two days event will be filled with awe-inspiring keynotes and panel sessions along with hands-on workshops, investor panels, over 40 top influencers, speakers and entrepreneurs from around the world. One of the key topics of the event will be 5G technology and quantum computing.

Quantum computation has the power to change the future of humanity and in the U.S., Google IBM and NASA are experimenting and building the first quantum computers. The 5G technology, on the other hand, can fuel a number of other technological advancements to roll out on a mass scale. It can be a catalyst to the digital transformation. “As we’re seeing with the rollout and growth of AI, where the human component is as important as the innovations in technology, business leaders must understand how people embrace change. On their own, next-gen technologies such as 5G and quantum computing have the potential to significantly disrupt how we work, live, and play. As key enablers for handling the massive data requirements of AI, the human equation for these services becomes even more important. How will the next-gen producers understand their customers well enough for effective transformation? What will business leaders do to enable their organizations for seamless delivery and product evolution? The potential return on next-gen technologies is high but only if we recognize that successful long-term change is entirely dependent on how well the producers connect with the people using them.” – Eli Fathi, CEO Mindbridge Ai.

Philip Kaye, D-Wave Systems, Program Director, Corporate Affairs, Scott Totzke, Cofounder and CEO, ISARA Corp and Bruno Couillard, Co-Founder & CEO, Crypto4a will talk on the topic “Quantum is Coming: Opportunities and Imperatives”. On the topic “Much More than Speed: the 5G Disruption Jean-Charles (JC) Fahmy, President, and CEO CENGNand Eric Szymkowiak, founder CEO of Pilot-Things will share their insights. Apart from them, there will be additional speakers like Leena Patel, Founder of Sandbox2boardroom and author of “Raise Your Innovation IQ”; Marat Mukhamedyarov, Managing Director, at Good News Ventures, a VC fund focused on Tech companies; Sophie Forest, Managing Partner, Brightspark Ventures; Eric Schurenberg, CEO of Mansueto Ventures & the owner of Inc. and Fast Company media properties among others.

TiECON Conference has been selling out weeks in advance for the last five years. It is organized by TiE Ottawa, sister chapter of TiE Global, the world’s largest entrepreneurship network with 15,000 members, in 61 chapters across 14 countries.

More information about TiE and its upcoming event can be found on their official website.

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IT leaders reveal technology adoption

When it comes to investing in technologies, be they emerging or well-established, CIOs are not short of options. But with so many being positioned as …

Author: John Roy

When it comes to investing in technologies, be they emerging or well-established, CIOs are not short of options. But with so many being positioned as the “next best thing”, it’s easy to see how making choices becomes difficult. Some organizations are driven by a desire to lead; others are driven to be fast followers; and the rest – quite possibly – driven to madness.

The 2019 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO Survey, the largest IT leadership survey in the world, asked respondents to quantify their adoption in different areas, and the results make fascinating reading. The latest waves of technology investment include: the internet of things, on-demand platforms, robotic process automation, and artificial intelligence (AI) / machine learning (ML). At least one-fifth of organizations have at least a small-scale implementation in these technologies. Over time we expect these to grow, and we expect much of this to be driven by business-led investment.

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Quantum computing

It is interesting to see that 4 percent of organizations have implemented quantum computing to at least some degree. This technology is so early-stage that some commentators don’t even believe it will have a commercial application, so this figure feels surprisingly high. That said, we are seeing technology companies race to release the potential of quantum computing in industries like pharmaceuticals, financial services and energy.

Quantum computing uses the unique (and what Albert Einstein considered “spooky”) ability of sub-atomic particles to be in two states at once. By using these particles as computing “bits” (or “qubits”), computer instructions can occur concurrently, more quickly and using less energy. It’s early days, but if quantum computing does become more widely proven and available, it may change the shape of computing forever, including rendering current cryptography techniques redundant.

To read the full findings from the CIO Survey 2019 report and understand how digital leaders are outpacing their competitors in delivering real business results, please click here.

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