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Hungary, Portugal, Poland sign up to EU quantum communication infrastructure initiative

Monday 22 July 2019 | 09:59 CET | News
Hungary, Portugal and Poland signed a declaration to work together with other EU Member States to develop and deploy a quantum communication infrastructure (QCI) across the EU within the next ten years. The infrastructure's aim is to boost European functionalities in quantum technologies, cyber-security and industrial competitiveness. Belgium, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, and Spain already signed the declaration on the quantum communication infrastructure at the Digital Assembly in Bucharest on 13 June.

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