At the recent APNIC 54 conference, we sat down with local keynote speaker Alexander Ling, Director of Singapore’s Quantum Engineering Programme, in his offices at the National University of Singapore’s Centre for Quantum Technologies.
In this episode, Alex will give us a brief 101 on quantum networking — given it may be a relatively new concept for many of you, even though it’s been in development for quite some time — and discuss its current and pending use cases in the next three to five years, including via satellite technology.
Watch Alex’s APNIC 54 keynote presentation From HTTP to HTTQ – Working Towards the Quantum Internet.
Read more about quantum networking on the APNIC Blog:
- Addressing the challenges of modern DNS
- RSA vs ECDSA for DNSSEC
- Opinion: The Internet’s next fifty years
- New IP and emerging communications technologies
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