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Europe's leading quantum computing company, Oxford Quantum Circuits (OQC), has raised £38 million (US $46.45 million), the U.K.'s largest Series A funding in quantum computing to date.
Amazon is opening the AWS Center for Quantum Networking for developing technologies relating to Quantum Computing and Networks for enhanced global communications with privacy and security.
The UK's Ministry of Defence has acquired a quantum computer from Orca Computing. It's the first government department to buy a quantum computer because the technology is still being developed.
Physicists at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have successfully teleported data with the help of something called "quantum entanglement" between three nodes set at a distance.
Researchers at MIT have developed 'Twist', a new programming language specifically for quantum computing. It could help eliminate bugs, "purify" data, and simplify data entanglement issues.
LG has joined the IBM Quantum Network to find ways that quantum computing can be applied to its services. LG will also benefit from the partnership as new quantum computing milestones are reached.
Rigetti's superconducting quantum computer will be available on Microsoft's Azure Quantum cloud computing solution in the first quarter of 2022. Rigetti's solution boasts quicker execution times.
IDC says spending on quantum computing will rise from $412 million in 2020 to $8.6 billion in 2027. Peter Rutten from IDC even went as far as to say that classical computing will run out of steam.
Today, D-Wave unveiled Clarity, its roadmap for the years ahead. Improving current hardware and services, debuting gate-model quantum computers, and quantum annealing will be the centerpieces.
Today at its annual conference, Qubits, D-Wave announced Advantage 2 with over 7,000 qubits, new hybrid solvers in its Leap quantum cloud service, and expansion into gate-model quantum computers.
Rigetti has introduced a novel modular chip design that will help scale up quantum computers. The chip will feature in an 80-qubit quantum computer that will be revealed by the end of this year.
We sat down with D-Wave CEO Alan Baratz to have a chat about quantum computers, what kind of problems they're solving, how they're tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, and what lies ahead.
Using Horse Ridge, a control chip for quantum computers, researchers demonstrated frequency multiplexing on two qubits using the same wire and reported 99.7% fidelity in randomized benchmarking.
Qiskit now natively supports IonQ's quantum hardware. Without writing additional ancillary code, you should be able to run your circuits directly onto IonQ's 11 qubit quantum computer.
Cambridge Quantum Computing has demonstrated Variational Inference on quantum computers for the first time. Results are encouraging, indicating a promising new approach in quantum machine learning.
Under the new partnership, KAUST will become a licensed user of QC platform Orquestra, allowing the university to accelerate CFD research to improve airplane aerodynamics and reduce emissions.
Quantum Brilliance will be deploying its quantum accelerator at the Pawsey Supercomputing Center in Perth in an industry first. The accelerator works at room temps and is based on synthetic diamonds.
The new blog channel will highlight scientific and technological developments in quantum computing. It will also be a place for sharing tutorials, customer stories, and news related to AWS.
IBM detailed its plans for realizing full-scale quantum computers by 2030. Latest updates promise 100x faster circuit execution, greater algorithmic complexities, and a tamed barrier to entry for QC.
Microsoft has announced the public preview for Azure Quantum, its full-stack open cloud ecosystem that unites quantum software, solutions, and hardware to meet business needs of the future.
An in-depth look at Microsoft's quantum control chip - Gooseberry - and cryo-compute core that can be used to control thousands of qubits, paving way for practical large-scale quantum computers.
The Azure Quantum Developer Workshop will focus on Microsoft and its industry partners sharing their endeavors in the field of quantum computing, and will include tech demos and a live Q&A.
Amazon's quantum computing service has been integrated with PennyLane to speed up the development of quantum-hybrid algorithms. It also has a new tensor network simulator that supports 50 qubits.
Tested on temperatures as low as 4K, Intel's new 22nm Horse Ridge II SoC not only allows the manipulation of qubit states but also the control of gate potentials to entangle qubits.
At QCE20, Intel will be presenting four papers highlighting its efforts in developing commercial-grade quantum computers. Here's an all-encompassing guide describing what you can expect.
With a qubit count of 5000, D-Wave's next gen quantum system is also the most connected quantum computer to date. The firm also announced a new hybrid solver and a program to boost businesses in QC.
Orquestra, a software platform for designing and running quantum algorithms, is out of Early Access. Support for Honeywell's System Model HØ and quantum hardware from Amazon and IBM has been added.
The U.K. government has announced that it will help fund the development of a new quantum computer that will be commercially available to businesses that want to use its processing power.
Using the same 54-qubit quantum computer used to show quantum supremacy, researchers ran the Hartree-Fock approximation—twice as large as previous experiments with ten times as many quantum gate ops.
Amazon Braket is now generally available. It supports local simulation of quantum algorithms on EC2 instances and provides access to real quantum computing hardware from D-Wave, IonQ, and Rigetti.
Under the partnership, NEC has made an investment worth $10 million in D-wave to focus on the development of hybrid quantum software for industries like transportation, marketing, and finance.
The Redmond giant's full-stack open ecosystem aimed at developers who want to leverage both the power of the cloud and quantum computing, Azure Quantum, is now available in limited preview.
A team of researchers at Microsoft Quantum showed that a quartic speed up for unstructured problems with quantum algorithms is the limit and also proved an age-old conjecture about a graph property.
Zapata's novel, end-to-end unified Quantum Operating Environment—Orquestra—is now in early access. It offers mixed-library development and is intended for designing and optimizing quantum circuits.
Researchers have shown off a two-qubit quantum circuit whose qubits operate at temperatures close to 1 K. Subsequent measurements and control of these qubits were demonstrated as well.
D-Wave has opened up free access to its cloud quantum computing services to researchers looking for solutions to COVID-19. Its partners have also agreed to lend technical assistance to researchers.
A team at the University of Melbourne has trained a CNN to pinpoint qubit atom locations in a 2D lattice of phosphorus atoms, which is a proposed design choice for large-scale quantum computing.
Boasting a quantum volume of 64 — twice more than leading alternatives like IBM Q's System One — Honeywell claims that it has created the world's most powerful quantum computer by leveraging QCCD.
D-Wave has announced a new service called Leap 2. It integrates tools that were requested by the users of the original Leap service. Leap 2 is available immediately on a bigger range of price points.