Qubits: Understanding Quantum Information

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Michelle Chalupnik

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Quantum technologies use quantum bits (qubits) to perform computations, manipulate information, and to send and receive data. While similar in functionality to classical bits, qubits are fundamentally different. Join Michelle Chalupnik, Research Software Engineer at Aliro Quantum, as she walks us through the different types of qubits and the fundamentals of how qubits are used in a quantum network. In this webinar you will learn: - The pros and cons of different types of qubits - How qubits are encoded - The role of transducers in a quantum network - How to address quantum errors - How qubits travel through a quantum network Organizations who are preparing their businesses, security posture, and connectivity for the quantum age are investigating how to plan, design, and implement quantum-secure cybersecurity solutions today. This webinar will help prepare you to navigate the quantum future.
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