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Quantum computing startup D-Wave says that it’s proved the power of quantum computing on a practical problem for the first time

Quantum computing startup D-Wave says that it’s proved the power of quantum computing on a practical problem for the first time

Several companies have invested significantly in quantum computing research and development, including IBM, Microsoft, Google, Intel, and startups like D-Wave, which has raised $216.2 million according to Crunchbase. Volkswagen, for…

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Why investors love quantum-as-a-service

Why investors love quantum-as-a-service

Last year, Cambridge Quantum Computing, which works closely with IBM, launched a series of quantum software services, such as random number generation and quantum-proof cryptography keys. The money pours in Since 2012, more than $1.9bn has been invested in quantum tech startups, according to Le Lab Quantique,…

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How to get started in quantum computing

How to get started in quantum computing

Ashley Montanaro, a quantum-computing researcher at the University of Bristol, UK, runs his quantum programs through Amazon Web Services, a cloud-computing platform that plugs into other firms’ quantum devices. IBM makes a five-qubit machine freely available, but to use the company’s more-powerful machines, research…

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Google’s Quantum Computer Is About 158 Million Times Faster Than the World’s Fastest Supercomputer

Google’s Quantum Computer Is About 158 Million Times Faster Than the World’s Fastest Supercomputer

Vulnerable chip is strongly cooled Google’s quantum computer, Sycamore, and IBM’s, IBM Q System One, also process data using microchips. In 200 seconds, the machine performed a mathematically designed calculation so complex that it would take the…

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