Real World Quantum Networking Deployments

Presented by

Michael Gaffney and Daniel Winton

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Quantum Networks may sound like a futuristic technology, but entanglement-based quantum networks are being deployed in Local Area Networks, Metropolitan Area Networks, and in some cases as Wide Area Networks today. In this webinar, Michael Gaffney (Head of Public Sector at Aliro Quantum) and Daniel Winton (Solutions Engineer at Aliro Quantum) walk you through a variety of real world quantum network deployments that are being built today. We’ll cover: - Several use cases / case studies of real world quantum networks - The processes required for implementing quantum networks - The topology and technology timelines of deployment Organizations who are on the cutting edge of digital transformation in their industries are investigating how to plan, design, and implement Quantum Networks. Aliro Quantum webinars help you understand what to look for as you begin your quantum journey.
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