Europe’s quantum tech on show at MWC

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By Nick Flaherty

The European Quantum Flagship is showcasing advances in quantum technologies and encryption for telecoms applications at Mobile World Congress (MWC) next week.

The European Quantum Space will show the latest research advances from the Flagship, regional initiatives and startup companies.

The Flagship was launched at MWC in 2019, and is highlighting two of Europe’s regional initiatives, the Quantum Valley Lower Saxony, from Germany, and QuantumCAT, from Catalonia, which are pushing forward programmes for quantum technologies. There will be five quantum communication and computing companies, with quantum processor maker IQM from Finland and Qblox from the Netherlands that develops scalable qubit control stack technology for quantum computers. Spanish startup Qilimanjaro Quantum Tech provides quantum computing to accelerate its widespread availability for everyone, LuxQuanta is developing quantum-safe cryptography and Quside is developing high-quality and measurable randomness devices at scale.

The European Quantum Space is in the 4YFN Hall 6 at the Fira in Barcelona, Spain.

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