quantum computing website goes live this week and we are still to get the interims. If there was nothing to say in the interims they would have released them on the 20th as last year as there would be no need to delay. Website goes live and then we release details of the RTO.... this will be bigger than WRN if this is the case!! Going to be quite a ride this one GL all
Up +15% now. Price being paid on the Ask ticking up. Interim results and possible CEO comments about an RTO on the way. Looking to back a quantum computing stock in here. Some say the "quantum century" is upon us.
Quantum dot producer NANO is the closest LSE comparable to CQC ltd. NANO's market cap. is currently £323.69M. ... and it featured in "The Times" today: "Nanoco and Dow tune in for sharpest picture yet Robert Lea Industrial Editor Published at 12:01AM, September 25 2014 Shares in one Britain’s great nanotechnology hopes soared by nearly 25 per cent yesterday after the announcement of a deal to make the pictures of Korean-made televisions even sharper. Nanoco, a spinout from the University of Manchester and based in Runcorn, Cheshire, is piggybacking the American industrial giant Dow Chemical into South Korea. Nanoco has licensed its quantum dot technology to Dow and yesterday the American group said that it would build a plant in the country to help to produce millions of cadmium-free televisions and other devices, such as tablets. ... " http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/business/industries/technology/article4217122.ece Compare and contrast NANO with TGL-CQCL (Cambridge Quantum Computing Ltd.): NANO: quantum dot technology. CQCL: quantum computing technology. NANO: a spinout from Manchester University. CQCL: a spinout from Cambridge University. NANO: a reverse takeover (into Evolutec (EVC), a failed biotech company). CQCL: believed to be planning a reverse takeover (into TGL, a repositioning gold mining explorer). NANO: market cap. £323.69M. TGL: market cap. £2.51M. If anything, CQCL should attract a higher rating than NANO, because it is more of a 'software' company, whereas NANO is more of a 'hardware' company: CQCL develops tools for the commercialisation of quantum computers. The focus of its activity is the development of algorithms and source code, concentrating on cryptography, financial services, and medicine and biotech (including DNA mapping). Quantum dots on the other hand are semiconductive crystals measured in nanometres that can be used in products such as televisions, lighting, medical imaging and solar panels.
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