QiLabs creates an International Quantum Tech 2.0 Super Exchange that brings together all the centres of excellence in USA, China, Japan, Germany, France, UK, Brazil, Russia, Italy, India, Canada, Australia, South Korea, Switzerland, Austria, Singapore etc. as well as all the relevant financiers, customers and partners together in harmonious knowledge transfer to advance the goal of Quantum Science 2.0 whilst identifying commercial partners for the right suitors to create Quantum “Killer Apps”.
Participation in the QiLabs meta-structure is incentivised. The exchange and development of ideas is acknowledged, properly attributed and an appropriate reward structure negotiated best on a pre-agreed and published formula at the point of IP transfer. The super exchange is fundamentally rooted in organising events including key international conferences on QT2 technologies and innovations, organised by QiLabs and its strategic partners.
Creating a super exchange requires much planning and expertise. To achieve the necessary level of knowledge transfer and to facilitate communications, research and reporting for QiLabs requires a cloud based strategy. Thus it becomes a “virtual” organisation effectively within its own web based portal.
QiLabs deploys an ecosystem approach when designing the cloud solution. The strategy provides a complete solution that is tailored to QiLabs priorities such as costs, business agility, and risk management in collaboration with chosen partners, who complement as well as supplement the strengths in portfolio, global reach, development expertise, and partner relationships.
The super exchange demands scalability and capabilities from IT environments by requiring the interconnection of trillions of things, the capability to support exponential traffic growth, and the capacity to transform enormous amounts of data into information while increasing service velocity and flexibility. To facilitate the required IT transformation, QiLabs needs to build a security architecture well suited for high-value application workloads, real-time analytics, and scalability. The framework needs to address key business metrics of value, typically based on total cost of ownership, agility, and risk metrics when deploying the cloud services.