FCC to host Quantum Internet Forum
The FCC announced that it will host an online event, Quantum Internet Forum, to present and discuss developments in quantum computing and its implications for communications networks. Here’s an overview.
|When:||Tue Dec 15 10am–1:30pm EST|
|Where:||Online at fcc.gov/live|
|Cost:||Free, and registration is not required|
“Quantum technologies have the potential to shape the internet of the future with respect to secure services and capabilities,” said Chairman Pai. “I look forward to hearing from academia, industry, and our government partners and learning more about quantum’s potential importance to communications networks.”
|10:00–10:30am||Opening Remarks and Keynote Address|
|10:35–11:30am||The Quantum Internet: Theory and Applications|
|11:35am–12:30pm||Challenges, Opportunities, and Roadmaps|
|12:35–1:30pm||Global Landscape, Funding, and Workforce Needs|
For more information, visit the FCC Quantum Internet Forum event page.