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3 common misconceptions about quantum computing
3 common misconceptions about quantum computing
Quantum computing is on its way at a staggering pace! IBM, Google and Microsoft, among others, are all investing huge amounts of resources…
Joseph John Fernandez
Apr 24
3 common misconceptions about quantum mechanics
3 common misconceptions about quantum mechanics
Any scientific breakthrough or paradigm revolution is followed by at least two things, progress and confusion. Progress, as the momentum of…
Joseph John Fernandez
Apr 17
Quantum1Net DPN Distributed Private Network Explained
Quantum1Net DPN Distributed Private Network Explained
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Quantum1Net
Mar 22
Eavesdroppers: A Constant Threat
Eavesdroppers: A Constant Threat
Note: the quantum no-cloning theorem, briefly mentioned in this article, deserves a much longer discussion. This will be deferred to a…
Joseph John Fernandez
Feb 2
The Pillars of Cryptography
The Pillars of Cryptography
As long as there has been information, there has also been a need to obscure it. Law enforcement and intelligence agencies depend on the…
Joseph John Fernandez
Jan 31
Lightweight keys: Making cryptography sustainable
Lightweight keys: Making cryptography sustainable
The fundamental task of cryptography is to take sensitive information and transform it into an unintelligible sequence of characters known…
Joseph John Fernandez
Jan 26
Quantum1Net: a solution to the quantum cracking fest
Quantum1Net: a solution to the quantum cracking fest
The quantum cracking fest is upon us. Modern cryptography is essentially based on making direct attacks, without previously existing…
Joseph John Fernandez
Jan 24
Quantum Computing: The state of the art
Quantum Computing: The state of the art
Quantum computing was first envisioned in the late 70s and early 80s as a means for efficiently simulating complicated physical systems…
Joseph John Fernandez
Jan 18
Classical computing vs quantum computing: the quantum cracking fest begins
Classical computing vs quantum computing: the quantum cracking fest begins
Classical computers, which we use on a daily basis, are built upon the concept of digital logic and bits. A bit is simply an idea, or an…
Joseph John Fernandez
Jan 17
Quantum Computing — The Encryption Problem and the QEKG Solution — Infographics
Quantum Computing — The Encryption Problem and the QEKG Solution — Infographics
Quantum1Net is developing the means to keep the digital world quantum-safe for years to come. Founded in 2017, Quantum1Net combines decades…
Quantum1Net
Jan 12
Einstein and entanglement
Einstein and entanglement
Albert Einstein is often quoted as saying “it is harder to crack prejudice than an atom”[1]. This is a very important idea to remember…
Joseph John Fernandez
Jan 11
Get Quantum Protected with Quantum1Net
Quantum1Net is developing the means to keep the digital world quantum-safe for years to come. Founded in 2017, Quantum1Net combines decades…
Quantum1Net
Jan 9
Quantum Weirdness: Superposition and entanglement, in brief
Quantum Weirdness: Superposition and entanglement, in brief
It was the closing years of the nineteenth century when scientists started to notice something wasn’t right. Physics worked rather well…
Joseph John Fernandez
Jan 9
Richard Feynman and the birth of quantum computing
Richard Feynman and the birth of quantum computing
If there was one man who managed to excel at physics, to have incredible intuition along with great mathematical skill, and on top of all…
Joseph John Fernandez
Jan 4
The quantum cracking fest: coming troubles for cryptography
The quantum cracking fest: coming troubles for cryptography
Cybersecurity is one of the unsung heroes of the modern world. Every day it seems our lives become more dependent on computer systems and…
Joseph John Fernandez
Jan 3
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