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Beam Me Up – Quantum Network on Drones

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May 24, 2022 Florida Atlantic University’s Warner A. Miller, Ph.D., in concert with Qubitekk and L3Harris , is leading the United States’ efforts to deliver the first drone-based, mobile quantum network to seamlessly maneuver around buildings, inclement weather and terrain and quickly adapt to changing environments…
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Qubitekk contributes to R&D 100 Award

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November 12, 2021 R&D 100, the most prestigious innovation awards program for the past half century, has honored Oak Ridge and Los Alamos National Laboratories, along with EPB, with a R&D 100 award for a joint project that is developing…

The Case for Quantum Protected Water Filtration Plants

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Another hack… it isn’t the big Hack, but we are getting closer. The latest to get our attention happened over the weekend in Oldsmar, Florida.  The big Hack will take down our electric grid or financial system or any of…

Qubitekk wins Phase II STTR award on Quantum Communications

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$35 Million Awarded to 15 Small Businesses During Virtual Quantum Collider 2.0 held in Rome, N.Y. Rome, NY – The Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate announced 23 awards to 15 small businesses, totaling $35 million in U.S. Air Force…

Qubitekk new member of Chicago Quantum Exchange Research Hub

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CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Chicago Quantum Exchange, a growing intellectual hub for the research and development of quantum technology, has added to its community seven new corporate partners in computing, technology and finance that are working to bring about and primed to…

Qubitekk and Raicol Crystals Awarded Grant from BIRD Foundation

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ROSH HA’AYIN, Israel, June 29, 2020 — Raicol Crystals, manufacturer of nonlinear crystals for space, aviation, and pharmaceutical applications, and Qubitekk, a manufacturer of products for quantum networks and quantum key distribution, have been awarded a grant for a joint project. Read…

US behind China again

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China Reports Progress in Ultra-Secure Satellite Transmission Researchers enlisted quantum physics to send a “secret key” for encrypting and decrypting messages between two stations 700 miles apart. Read full article here.
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