BOSTON, Feb. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- 3DR Holdings and analyst firm Inside Quantum Technology today announced the debut of Inside Quantum Technology, the first conference dedicated to the business of quantum computing, quantum cryptography and quantum sensors. Being held at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, MA, from March 19-21, 2019, Inside Quantum Technology will present three days of education, conference sessions, exhibitions, and networking opportunities focused on quantum computing applications in financial services, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, healthcare, automotive, transportation, defense, government and R&D.
Quantum technology has wide-ranging implications for a variety of industries, and its power is staggering. For example, it would take a modern supercomputer millions of years to break the highest level of encryption, where a quantum computer could complete the same calculation in minutes. This represents serious potential ramifications for many sectors including the military, government, healthcare, aerospace and more. As a result, new types of commercial cryptography are emerging in the form of quantum key distribution and post-quantum cryptography.
Although the development of a quantum computer that can top the best classical computer in terms of speed of computation is years away, early forms of quantum computing are already being used in many industries, and in the government and military.
It is against this backdrop that Inside Quantum Technology will explore the current state of the industry, as well as look to the future, with a two-track conference program that addresses numerous business aspects of the quantum computing landscape, along with cyber security and quantum networking.
"Quantum computing and quantum encryption are on the cusp of commercialization," says Lawrence Gasman, President of Inside Quantum Technology. "Our Inside Quantum Technology summit will show attendees where this fast growing new business is headed in terms of the creation of products, development of marketing strategies and where the investment money will be coming from."
The event will feature presentations from a veritable "who's who" of pioneers in quantum technology, including:
- Edward "Denny" Dahl – Principal Research Scientist, D-Wave
- Whurley – CEO, Strangeworks
- Travis Scholten – Quantum Computing Applications Researcher, IBM
- Ben Porter – Director of Business Development, Microsoft
- Jonathan P. Dowling – Hearne Chair Professor and Co-Director of the Hearne Institute for Theoretical Physics, Louisiana State University
Inside Quantum Technology conference session topics include:
- Quantum Encryption Market Overview – Is the Threat Real?
- Investment Perspective on Quantum Computing
- Quantum Technology and Defense: Policies and Opportunities.
- Evolution of Quantum Computing Software
- Quantum Computing The Drug and Chemical Industry – Materials Design
- Cloud Services and Quantum Computing
- Quantum Computing in Finance and Banking
- Blockchain and Quantum Computing
- Quantum Computing Technology Alternatives
In addition, Lawrence Gasman, President of Inside Quantum Technology, will present findings of a worldwide survey on quantum networks.
For additional details about Inside Quantum Technology, including the complete agenda, registration information, sponsorship and exhibition options, please visit https://iqtevent.com.
About 3DR Holdings
3DR Holdings is a technology media organization with website, research and international trade show interests in the fields of 3D Printing and Quantum Computing. For more information, please visit https://3drholdings.com.
About Inside Quantum Technology
Founded by Lawrence Gasman, Inside Quantum Technology is the first company entirely dedicated to meeting the strategic information and analysis needs of the emerging quantum technology sector. In addition to arranging conferences and publishing articles of critical importance to the quantum technology sector, the company's consulting group, IQT Research, provides published reports on important revenue opportunities in quantum technology including quantum computer markets and software, quantum key encryption, post-quantum encryption, quantum sensors, and on important verticals such as the military, the financial sector, big pharma, and more. For additional information, please visit https://www.insidequantumtechnology.com.
Barry Schwartz, Schwartz Public Relations
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SOURCE Inside Quantum Technology