Help Net Security: Industrial partnership between NTT Research and Simons Institute provides framework for collaboration

NTT Research, a division of NTT, announced that it has entered into a three-year Industrial Partnership with the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing at the University of California, Berkeley.

NTT Research Distinguished Scientist Brent Waters Named a Simons Investigator

Each year, the Simons Foundation requests nominations from a targeted list of institutions in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Ireland for the Simons Investigator programs. Simons Investigators are outstanding theoretical scientists who receive a stable base of research support …

IDG Connect: C-suite career advice: Kazuhiro Gomi, NTT Research, Inc.

Kazuhiro Gomi is leading NTT Research, a research center in the heart of Silicon Valley that carries out advanced research for some of the world’s most important and impactful technologies, including quantum computing, cryptography and information security, and medical and health …

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….–1299982

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 …

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