Quantum.Tech 2021 Blog

The Qubit Report Interview at Quantum.Tech | Tony Uttley, President of Honeywell Quantum Solutions

The Qubit Report met up with the President of Honeywell Quantum Solutions, Mr. Tony Uttley, at the conclusion of Quantum.Tech 21. Uttley presented the efforts which have brought Honeywell to the quantum computing forefront and the strategy being executed to keep the 130-years strong technology leader firmly in place. There remained several questions we thought we would seek answers to.

Interview | Tony Uttley, President at Honeywell Quantum Solutions

Tony Uttley, President at Honeywell Quantum Solutions shares his thoughts on the biggest challenges facing the adoption of Quantum technology in 2021, the progress of Quantum computing adoption in the year ahead and the biggest area of focus for Honeywell Quantum Solutions within Quantum over the next 12 months.

Interview | Nir Minerbi, Co-founder and CEO at Classiq

Nir Minerbi, Co-founder and CEO at Classiq shares his thoughts on what he considers will be the biggest impact Quantum technology will have on his industry, the biggest challenges facing the adoption of Quantum technology in 2021 and an example of how his platform has been used by a new customer. 

Interview | Marco Magagnini, Partner at Data Reply

Marco Magagnini, Partner at Data Reply shares his thoughts on the biggest challenges facing the adoption of Quantum technology in 2021, how best to engage and support the business to adopt Quantum technologies and his best advice to an enterprise looking to start their Quantum journey.

Interview | Freeke Heijman, Founding Director of Quantum Delta NL

Freeke Heijman, Founding Director of Quantum Delta NL shares her thoughts on the most important factors to consider in selecting a new Quantum solution partner, the biggest area of focus for Quantum Delta NL within Quantum over the next 12 months and the biggest challenges facing the adoption of Quantum technology in 2021

Interview | Michael Redding, CTO at Quantropi

Michael Redding, CTO at Quantropi shares his thoughts on the biggest challenges facing the adoption of Quantum technology in 2021, the first steps an organisation can take to start making their data and networks “Quantum safe” and the infrastructure building blocks required to begin a Quantum computing or secure communications proof of concept.

Interview | Philippe Duluc, Chief Technology Officer, Atos

Philippe Duluc, Chief Technology Officer at Atos shares his thoughts on the infrastructure building blocks required to begin a Quantum computing or secure communications proof of concept, the progress of Quantum computing adoption and the biggest challenges facing the adoption of Quantum technology in 2021.

Interview | Andy Edmonds, Principal Scientist, Element Six

Andy Edmonds, Principal Scientist at Element Six shares his thoughts on the biggest challenges facing the adoption of Quantum technology in 2021, the biggest area of focus for his organisation within Quantum over the next 12 months an advice to enterprises looking to start their Quantum journey.

Interview | Dr. Bob Sutor, VP - IBM Q Strategy and Ecosystem, IBM

Dr. Bob Sutor, VP - IBM Q Strategy and Ecosystem at IBM shares his thoughts on the biggest challenges facing the adoption of Quantum technology in 2021, the progress of Quantum computing adoption and is biggest area of focus within Quantum over the next 12 months.

Interview | Christopher Savoie, Founder & CEO, Zapata Computing

We caught up with Christopher Savoie, Founder & CEO, Zapata Computing to get his thoughts on the biggest challenges facing the adoption of Quantum technology in 2021 and what technology infrastructure building blocks are required to begin a Quantum computing or secure communications proof of concept.

Fireside Q&A with Qblox

Quantum.Tech CEO, Amit Das, talks to Niels Bultink, CEO, and Jules Van Oven, CTO at Qblox in a fireside chat on their challenges as a start up, the hype of quantum computing and their roadmap for the next 12 months. Read the full interview to learn more about Qblox.

QURECA launches the first Quantum training & recruitment platform

QURECA (Quantum Resources & Careers) has launched the first global recruitment and training platform to develop the quantum workforce, with the goal to help businesses and the workforce become quantum ready.

Join Oxford Instrument's NanoScience Virtual Event

Join Oxford Instruments's Nanoscience Virtual event, part of their Virtual Roadshow from 30th June to 15th July. 

Aussie small-cap joins global IBM Q Network

Archer Materials Limited (“Archer”, ASX:AXE”) has announced that it has signed an agreement with International Business Machines Corporation (“IBM”, “NYSE: IBM”) to become the first Australian company building a quantum computing chip to join the IBM Q Network, a global community of visionary companies at the forefront of quantum computing.