Wednesday, December 1

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“In five years we want a competitive computer”
Dgitec

“In five years we want a competitive computer”

Germany is providing two billion euros for quantum computers. Government advisor Peter Leibinger explains what should be done with it. UIn the technology of tomorrow, fierce competition has broken out. Quantum computers are right at the top of the agenda – in America, China, Japan and Europe. The states invest large sums in basic research.The federal government has now provided a further two billion euros. There is now an ambitious roadmap for their use. Companies like VW, Zeiss, Trumpf and Böhringer Ingelheim are already looking for applications, IT companies like Google and IBM are already building the first computers.Second generation quantum technology is now making its way from research institutes to business. She no longer wants to use quantum mechanical effects passively,...
Rail and Telekom promise a seamless network by 2026
Car and traffic

Rail and Telekom promise a seamless network by 2026

Those who want to make phone calls or surf the web on the train are all too often disappointed at the moment. That should change soon – everywhere in the 33,400-kilometer-long rail network. LSeamless mobile phone reception on the train – so far, German rail customers can only dream of that. But this should become reality in the foreseeable future, at least if it is up to the network operators, Deutsche Bahn and the Federal Ministry of Transport. Deutsche Telekom wants to seamlessly supply the entire DB route network with its mobile network and high-speed Internet by the end of 2026. Until then, there should be no supply gaps in long-distance or regional transport. The company announced this on Wednesday in Berlin. The basis for this medium-term planning is a cooperation that was...