CNET: Japanese telco giant plants research lab flag in Silicon Valley
Some of the computing industry’s biggest innovations have come from research labs. The transistor was created at AT&T’s Bell Labs, the hard drive by IBM Research and the graphical user interface at Xerox’s PARC. NTT, one of Japan’s telecommunications giants, wants similar success…
Telecompaper: NTT opens research center in Palo Alto, to focus on quantum computing, information security
NTT Research, a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), has launched a research center in Palo Alto, CA. The center will initially focus on three research areas, namely quantum computing; cryptography and information security; and medical and health informatics….
Converge! Network Digest: NTT opens Silicon Valley labs to leverage photonic/quantum tech
NTT Research is opening three labs in Palo Alto, California to focus on quantum computing; cryptography and information security; and medical and health informatics …
ZDNet: 10 ways the enterprise could put blockchain to work
Despite the hype, enterprise blockchain adoption remains limited: Only 1 percent of more than 3,100 CIOs surveyed recently by Gartner said they had implemented some kind of blockchain within their organization, and just 8 percent said they were in short-term planning or active experimentation with the technology …