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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With a 72-qubit quantum computer, researchers at Google have claimed that they have solved a problem that can only be solved by quantum computers in only three minutes and 20 seconds.
The new 53-qubit system will boast a larger lattice allowing more complex entanglement and connectivity experiments to run. The NYC data center will have 14 quantum computers by the end of next month.
The company doubles down on its commitment to making a quantum-ready community by releasing new IBM Q Experience hardware, an open-source textbook, a university hackathon partner program, and more.
D-Wave has announced its next generation platform that includes a processor with 5000 qubits. While the whole platform will be ready by mid-2020, some components will be ready earlier.
IBM will be taking all of its quantum computing research out of the lab and into the product department. Big Blue says it will sell a universal quantum computer, the IBM Q, in the near future.