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INBOUND
18–21 Aug 2020
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ConveyUX Boston 2020
1–2 Sep 2020
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BoS USA 2020
21–23 Sep 2020
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Quantum.Tech 2020
23–25 Sep 2020

The global business conference & exhibition for commercial applications of Quantum technology

Separating the hype from the reality when evaluating radically new forms of technology and science is difficult, but when the subject is as complex and esoteric as Quantum physics & mechanics, that problem is amplified. However, the reality is that Quantum computing and Quantum sensing & metrology technologies are moving from the lab to the shop floor. In addition, the existential threat posed to current secure networks by Quantum computing is driving real-world urgency in Quantum secure communications & cryptography.

Driven by geopolitical concerns and government investment, underpinned by huge advances in computing power and technical know how, real life examples and practical use cases for Quantum technologies are becoming more common place and proven.

But many challenges remain, beyond the fundamental science. What are relevant applications for enterprise use, and how developed are they? How coordinated is the approach between industry, academia and government, not just within national borders, but between nations? How developed is the broader supply chain if commercialization is to be accelerated? Are standards in place to allow replicable processes? What methods are there to benchmark, share best practices and learn from disparate industries?

The Quantum.Tech conference & exhibition addresses the above challenges by bringing together the entire Quantum ecosystem in Boston for two days. Attending will help you understand the entire landscape and ecosystem of Quantum technologies, and how they fit together. You will be able to develop a roadmap, and accelerate your own Quantum programs.

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DevConf US 2020
23–25 Sep 2020
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TheCR Connect 2020
27–29 Oct 2020
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SREcon20 Americas
7–9 Dec 2020
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