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World's First Quantum Router Developed by China

  Quantum router is a major unit in the all quantum networks. The world's first quantum router has been developed and tested in China under the 973 Program, signifying a major breakthrough in all quantum networks. The research team is headed by Prof. Yao Qizhi, a renowned computer expert from the Institute of Interdisciplinary Information Sciences of Tsinghua University and recipient of Turing awards. The team tested the all quantum router in the experiment and realized quantum signal control of the routes."Wired"said "Physicists foretell quantum internet with entangled photon router...... and university in China have built what they call the world's first quantum router."

ZGC Deploys Big Data Industry

  The Zhongguancun Science Park is vigorously taking developing opportunities to deploy the big data industry, and an industrial chain is taking shape.
  The newly founded Zhongguancun Data Industry Alliance, initiated by Lofter, Cloud Valley, China Unicom, Lenovo, Peking University and Alibaba, will set up Zhongguancun big data engineering center to issue annual report on big data development and accelerate ecosystem building for the industry.
  The Alliance released the Cloud Angle Fund, China Cloud Blend Fund and Big Data Lab Incubation Fund to keep a close eye on the startups and their technologies as well as commercial operation in the field of big data, cloud computing and mobile internet, so as to discover and support creative ideas, technologies and teams.
  Zhongguancun is endowed with China's largest and most valuable data assets, along with high-value and high density data institutes. Based on the resources, it is taking the lead in the interdisciplinary and multi-industry study combining data science and engineering practice. By far, the big data industry is listed in the 2013-2015 Zhongguancun Strategic Emerging Industrial Clusters Innovation Project.

China's First Nano Industrial Complex in Use

  Nanopolis Suzhou--China's first nano industrial complex with a floor area of 100 hectares and planned construction area of 1.5 million m2, has just put into use the first phase 100,000 m2. 140,000 m2 of the second phase and 56,000 m2 of the Jiangsu Nano Industry Technology Research Institute will be completed by September, 2013.
  Nanopolis Suzhou is focusing on micro-nano manufacturing, novel nano materials, energy and clean technology as well as nano biotechnology to concentrate innovation and industrial resources at home and abroad to the city. By far, 18 companies, including J&L and Suzhou Boshi Robotics Technology Co., have the intent to settle in the Nanopolis with 10 contracts already signed. The 10 contracted companies will take up 14,000 m2 of the park. In addition, the Nanopolis has also reached agreement with such companies as Wather, Raytek and Nano-Micro.

China Successfully Develops Flexible DC Converter Valve and Valve Base Controller

  The ±320kV/1000MWC flexible DC converter valve passed all type tests specified in IEC62501 under the witness of DNV KEMA, -EPRI Electric Power Engineering Co., Ltd Purell. This marks the successful development of the flexible DC converter valve and valve controller with the highest voltage and capacity rating in the world.
  As an optimal solution for offshore wind power connection with the grid, island power supply and urban power distribution, flexible DC transmission is a frontier grid technology attracting worldwide attention over the past years. China has signed framework agreements with several developed countries to jointly develop offshore wind energy. The above-mentioned technology is another high-end grid equipment successfully developed by State Grid Corporation of China after ultra-high-voltage DC converter valve.
  The ±320kV/1000MWC flexible DC converter valve, developed under Dalian Cross-sea Flexible DC Transmission Demonstration Project. The flow rate of the converter is said to reach the practical limit, presenting unprecedented challenges to the voltage and current level of the valve sub-module and controllability of the valve controller. No successful development of similar equipment has been reported by other countries.

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