The Quantum Internet: The Second Quantum Revolution (Cambridge University Press)
Friday, 07 January 2022

This book examines in detail the idea of the quantum internet, which Peter P. Rohde describes as the quantum revolution that will follow the emergence of quantum computing, interconnecting individual quantum computers at the global level. This book examines in detail how the quantum internet would evolve in practise, focusing not only on the technology itself, but also the implications it will have economically and politically, with numerous non-technical sections throughout the text providing broader context to the discussion.

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Author: Peter P. Rohde
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Date: December 2021
Pages: 300
ISBN: 978-1108491457
Print: 1108491456
Kindle: B09D3ZK2GG
Audience: General
Level: Intermediate
Category: General interest

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