The Quantum Daily (TQD) has teamed up with a global team of quantum computing experts to provide its readers with information to help them become quantum ready.
TQD recently announced its partnership with h-bar, a global pioneer in quantum computing and quantum technology advising.
Founded by world experts in quantum physics and quantum technology, h-bar is the first consultancy specializing in the new field of quantum technology. The team has over 50 years of combined experience and is committed to give expert advice on the key technologies, capabilities and investment opportunities in the emerging field of quantum technologies. h-bar advises, consults and investigates issues related to large-scale quantum computing, communications and other technology that involves the exploitation of active quantum mechanical systems.
“TQD has clearly started to fill a unique gap in the quantum field, providing a swath of readily available information on quantum technology development to many industries outside of the quantum community,” said Simon Devitt, co-founder of h-bar and member of the centre for quantum software and information at the University of Technology Sydney. “We are extremely pleased to partner with TQD to provide expert services in this exciting and extremely impactful new field of technology development and we are confident that the information and data provided by TQD, combined with the in-depth expertise of h-bar, will allow many businesses to understand and exploit this revolutionary new area of quantum technology.”
TQD is the leading online resource dedicated exclusively to quantum technologies. It strives to be a connector between academia and industry, where it draws on a diverse team of entrepreneurs, technologists and journalists to create unique insights on the market. TQD will work with h-bar to provide a combination of market-leading information and intelligence, underpinned by deep technical understanding and expertise.
“Nascent industries are hard to understand, and the field of quantum computing and quantum technologies is no different” said Evan Kubes, co-founder of TQD. “That’s why we’re excited to be collaborating with the team at h-bar, who have built up an excellent reputation in the industry. We’re looking forward to supporting universities, entrepreneurs, executives, and investors in understanding quantum technologies.”