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IBM has updated its quantum computing roadmap to show how quantum processors, CPUs, and GPUs will be knitted together to create a compute fabric capable of addressing computationally demanding tasks. “We think we have found what it takes to scale...
According to Fujitsu, Element Six, and QuTech researchers who designed and manufactured one, spin qubits in diamond can be made fault-tolerant. Quantum bits are noisy, and ways to deal with this noise in quantum computers are required if they are...
Breakthrough research headed by City College of New York physicist Lia Krusin-Elbaum could pave the way for new quantum device platforms! A team of physicists and chemists has developed a new method for reducing charge carrier density in the bulk...
Bridging the communication gap between the classical and quantum worlds is a rather substantial difficulty - such computers require specialised control and readout circuits, but present methods are laborious and expensive. Quantum Instrumentation Control Kit, or QICK, a revolutionary control...
The project aims to create quantum computer chips that can run on traditional mainframe systems. Quantum computers must operate at temperatures near to absolute zero (- 273.15 °C). However, direct on-chip coupling with traditional computer architectures is not practical due...
An interesting collaboration! Siemens and Pasqal (which specialises in neutral atom-based quantum computing) have initiated a multi-year collaboration to investigate how quantum computing may be used to improve the accuracy of digital-twin simulations. Pasqal claims to have made a breakthrough in...
A team led by researchers from MIT has developed a framework to reduce noise in the quantum circuit to make it more Robust, thus improving the efficiency and accuracy of quantum computers. The research will be presented at the...
A qubit or quantum bit is the basic unit of quantum information in a quantum computing system. The research team led by Dr Andreas Kuhlmann and Professor Dominik Zumbühl from the University of Basel has now come up with...
New processor advances the performance for next-generation of quantum computing systems requiring high computational power Quantum computing leverages the fundamental quantum nature of matter at subatomic levels that can help in greatly increasing the computing power. This fundamental computational unit...
The 'off the shelf’ quantum processors with short lead times will speed up the development of new quantum computers Quantum technology promises to significantly expand the amount of data computers for processing information that can wide implications on A.I., medicine,...
 
 

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