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Quantum's board of directors recruits former Cisco CIO
IT firm Quantum has snapped up former Cisco veteran Rebecca Jacoby to serve on the company’s board of directors.
Intel takes next step toward taking quantum commercial
The new cryogenic control chip, code-named “Horse Ridge”, will enable control of multiple qubits and set a clear path toward scaling larger systems.
The dawn of a new age: Google cracks quantum supremacy
It’s the ‘eureka’ moment technologists and scientists have been yearning for.
Quantum enhances and updates global partner programme
The programme enhancements are designed to simplify and accelerate the way partners do business with Quantum.
Quantum expands offerings with new line of distributed cloud services
“We’re seeing more customers who want the simplicity of cloud computing, but the performance and economics of on-premise storage."
IXUP goes "post-quantum" with security tech upgrade
The secure analytics company has also partnered with Deloitte as a reseller, and launched a SaaS offering on Microsoft Azure.
Quantum gets ready to showcase StorNext portfolio at Interpol World in Singapore
“Law enforcement professionals are facing the challenges created by more cameras, higher resolutions, and increasingly remote video camera locations."
Major video surveillance integrator in China becomes Quantum reseller
Uniview has agreed to become a Quantum value-added reseller and strategic alliance partner, in what will soon be the world's largest market.
Quantum looks to strengthen its partner ecosystem
“Quantum continues to expand its robust surveillance and security partner ecosystem by collaborating with the leading innovators in the VMS market."
Quantum cryptography is cyber security's new random weapon
A new research paper shows that quantum random number generation may be the next key to high-level encryption in the cyber security stakes.
Quantum Computation: A cryptography armageddon?
A fairly surprising statement: all major cryptographic algorithms in use today are (virtually) broken!
Wellington's Factorial takes Quantum's top ANZ partner award
Factorial has scooped up the top ANZ Partner award at Quantum's regional awards, beating the competition to be named ANZ Partner of the Year.
Aussie researchers make game-changing cyber security breakthrough
"This advance addresses the fundamental problem of single photon generation - promises to revolutionise research in the area."
Cyber crime rife: The whole approach to security must change
“Although many threats loom, security professionals have an arsenal of new countermeasures. This year we start changing the playing field."
Quantum calls on Guy for increased local channel focus
Quantum appoints Greig Guy as ANZ channel manager, as it looks to ramp up local channel engagement.
Kiwi scientists make breakthrough in quantum computer storage
Scientists at the Australian National University (ANU) and the University of Otago have achieved a major breakthrough in computer storage.
Quantum Dots are Coming, Here’s Why You Should Care
The pace of change never ceases to amaze me. Take TVs as a case in point. Only a few years ago the spam was flying thick and fast as consumer electronics firms launched new TV sets at CES.
Quantum invests in the NZ channel
Distribution Central and Quantum have launched a Silver Partner incentive program for their A/NZ partners to support and reward Quantum’s channel community.
DC appointed Quantum's exclusive NZ distributor
Quantum expands its year-long partnership with Distribution Central with new agreement, effective July 1.
Quantum adds Distribution Central to ANZ partner network
Agreement covers storage solutions in upper-mid and enterprise markets.
No silver bullet for managing ‘Big Data’
Diversification is essential to keep data storage from becoming a cost centre that slows people and processes down.
No silver bullet: Managing ‘Big Data'
By Bruce Coulthard, senior solutions consultant Australia/New Zealand, Quantum