Amid the startups, panels and speeches at TechCrunch Moscow today has been some emerging news about the Russian scene. For one, there is the move from Russia’s top echelons to address patent law and a robotics investment. But also today has come news of a new fund which takes a very ‘Russian’ – shall we say – approach to the future of computing.
Once confined to research labs and science fiction, quantum computing is finally reaching a point where researchers aren’t simply trying to find out what’s possible, but looking at how they can actually work the technology into commercial hardware. YC-backed Rigetti Computing wants to be one of the companies that leads the effort to create an ecosystem around quantum computing.
The Quantum Project is working to design next-generation virtual networks with no model for comparison. In his OSCON session about the Quantum Project, Lew Tucker, Cisco VP and CTO of cloud computing said Quantum aims to break out networking from the rest of the OpenStack services to build a new layer of abstraction for two-way communication between an application and the underlying infrastructure
About quantum impulse h and h*.
Quantum particle has two (2) kinds of different impulses: (h) and (h*).
Quantum of light having impulse (h) travelling in a straight line with
constant speed c=1 has infinite wavelength it means its frequencies
Quantum of light having impulse ( h*= h / 2pi ) will go in a curved path
( rotate around its axle