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Full stack ahead: Pioneering quantum hardware allows for controlling up to thousands of qubits at cryogenic temperatures

Full stack ahead: Pioneering quantum hardware allows for controlling up to thousands of qubits at cryogenic temperatures

nest-like tangle of cables, which could work for limited numbers of qubits (and, perhaps, even at an “intermediate scale”) but not for large-scale quantum computers. Figure 3: Diagram of the digital logic block (inset…

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Microsoft and the State of Quantum: Q&A With Mariia Mykhailova

Microsoft and the State of Quantum: Q&A With Mariia Mykhailova

Microsoft Quantum partners with quantum-focused companies and universities to accelerate research, development, and adoption of quantum solutions and to advance the state of quantum computing education. Microsoft Quantum partners with quantum-focused companies and universities to accelerate research, development, and adoption of…

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Myth vs. reality: a practical perspective on quantum computing

Myth vs. reality: a practical perspective on quantum computing

Many industries—automotive, aerospace, healthcare, government, finance, manufacturing, and energy—have tough optimization problems where these quantum-inspired solutions can save time and money. Quantum-Inspired Optimization for Transportation by Anita Ramanan, Microsoft Quantum Software Engineer, and Scott Vanselous, VP Digital Supply Chain Solutions at Trimble….

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PNNL, Microsoft Quantum partner to link quantum circuits to powerful government supercomputers

PNNL, Microsoft Quantum partner to link quantum circuits to powerful government supercomputers

This research also supports a much larger effort, the DOE-supported Quantum Science Center, which aims to co-develop quantum algorithms and simulation. In this case, the API created at Microsoft connects PNNL’s quantum computing simulation code to Microsoft Quantum’s Q#…

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A Bridge to the Quantum Revolution

A Bridge to the Quantum Revolution

Working collaboratively, they connected a PNNL-developed quantum circuit density-matrix simulator (DM-SIM) running on a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) supercomputer with the Microsoft Q# quantum programming ecosystem. This research also supports a much larger effort, the DOE-supported Quantum Science Center, which aims to co-develop quantum…

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A Bridge to Quantum Revolution

A Bridge to Quantum Revolution

Working collaboratively, they connected a PNNL-developed quantum circuit density-matrix simulator (DM-SIM) running on a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) supercomputer with the Microsoft Q# quantum programming ecosystem. This research also supports a much larger effort, the DOE-supported Quantum Science Center, which aims to co-develop quantum algorithms…

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Building a bridge to the future of supercomputing with quantum acceleration

Building a bridge to the future of supercomputing with quantum acceleration

Microsoft’s new Quantum Intermediate Representation (QIR), designed to bridge different languages and different target quantum computation platforms, is bringing us closer to that goal. As quantum computing capabilities mature, we expect most large-scale quantum applications will take full advantage of…

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