This episode features Jesse Robbers, Director Industry & Digital Infrastructure at Quantum Delta NL, a joint effort by a team of specialist from quantum research institutes, coordinating bodies, and a range of exciting industrial partnerships and startups. Mattias Fridström and Jesse Robbers discuss the development in Quantum Internet: How is this work progressing in the lab and in the real world? What is the Quantum Internet Alliance? How close are we to some really cool stuff in this area? Should Quantum Internet be considered in current network plans stretching to 2030?
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EP09: Cyber security, connectivity concerns, pandemic’s impact on security
EP16: Hyperscalers, Shannon limit, fiber development, predicting earthquakes
EP17: Connectivity in disaster areas, custom-engineered communications kit, satellite broadband
EP18: Enabling connectivity after Beirut port and Moria refugee camp disasters, securing funding and partners
EP21: Optical networking, raw bandwidth, component shortages, network design post-pandemic
EP22: Openness and disaggregation, IPoDWDM, DIY hyperscalers, sustainability
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EP25: Pioneering the cloud, best advice & major mistakes, understanding connectivity
EP26: Pandemic’s impact on cloud, datacenter sustainability, what’s next in cloud
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