IIIT-Bangalore and Toshiba Software sign MoU for Research on “Zero Touch Security in Network for 5G and Beyond Systems” – CXO Today
Semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) so far have exhibited exceptional performance as key elements, i.e., quantum light sources and spin-photon interfaces, for quantum repeaters, but only in the near-infrared (NIR) regime. This review presents the physics and the technological developments towards epitaxial QD devices emitting at the telecom O- and C-bands for quantum networks. The paper also discusses the challenges and opportunities to realise future telecom QD devices with improved performance and expanded functionalities by taking advantage of hybrid integration.
The Terahertz On-chip Circuit Test Cluster for 6G Communications and Beyond lab received a £2.6 million grant from the UK government