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Yamamoto and Kazuhiro Gomi , president and chief executive officer of NTT Research Inc., spoke with Jeff Frick, host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio, during Upgrade 2020, the NTT Research Summit. They discussed quantum computing and its relevance to the future of modern technology.

Sinking three decades of funding into researching a field that may or may not produce any return on investment isn’t an option for most companies. But the goal of NTT’s Basic Research Laboratories isn’t financial gain; instead they are looking to make a long-term investment in the future of computer technology for the good of humanity.

“It is very important for us to understand the quantum principles and quantum limit for communication and computing, first of all,” Yamamoto said. “If we are lucky, maybe we can make a breakthrough for the next-generation communication and computing technology.“

The most pressing problem that quantum computing could solve is the potential demise of Moore’s law. As devices become ever faster, smaller and more powerful, there is a concern that society is heading toward a point where the technology can’t evolve any further. Calling it a “big, big, wall,” this computational dead end could happen within the next 10 years, stopping technological progress as we know it, according to Gomi.

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