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Collaboration has mission to build UK’s first commercial quantum computer – Physics World

Collaboration has mission to build UK’s first commercial quantum computer – Physics World

The fifth partner, start-up company Phasecraft, is using its expertise in quantum software to develop near-term applications in materials design, energy and pharmaceuticals. Headquartered in Berkeley, California, Rigetti has built a series of quantum processors based on superconducting…

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PsiQuantum and GF to build full-scale quantum computer

PsiQuantum and GF to build full-scale quantum computer

Quantum computing is expected to deliver extraordinary advances across a multitude of industries including pharmaceutical development, materials science, renewable energy, climate mitigation and sustainable agriculture. “PsiQuantum and GF’s partnership is a powerful combination of PsiQuantum’s photonic quantum computing expertise and GF’s silicon photonics…

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GlobalFoundries and PsiQuantum partner on full-scale quantum computer

GlobalFoundries and PsiQuantum partner on full-scale quantum computer

PsiQuantum believes silicon photonics, or combining optics with silicon chips, is the only way to scale beyond 1 million qubits and deliver an error-corrected, fault-tolerant, general-purpose quantum computer. PsiQuantum wants to deliver quantum capabilities that drive advances with customers and partners across climate,…

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Radar trends to watch: May 2021

Radar trends to watch: May 2021

RIP Dan Kaminski, master hacker, teacher, FOO, and a great showman who could make some of the more arcane corners of security fun. The Signal app, probably the most widely used app for truly private communication, has wrapped itself in controversy by incorporating a peer-to-peer…

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Beyond Qubits: Key Components for a Qutrit-Based Quantum Computer Demonstrated

Beyond Qubits: Key Components for a Qutrit-Based Quantum Computer Demonstrated

“In principle, an isolated black hole exhibits scrambling,” Siddiqi said, “but any experimental system also exhibits loss from decoherence. And despite the typically noisy, imperfect, and error-prone environment of quantum circuity, they found that their platform proved surprisingly resilient and robust….

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