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NVIDIA goes Quantum, well almost….GPU maker launches cuQuantum SDK

Some of the worlds leading chip makers and designers such as ARM, AMD and NVIDIA are not actively building quantum chips. Intel has been working on its semiconducting chips for a while now. NVIDIA is known for producing graphics cards or GPU’s which are typically used in applications now beyond simply graphics and are used for speeding up computation workflows and accelerating certain applications. It should come as no surprise that NVIDIA see the future of Quantum and have now released a framework or SDK for simulating Quantum Circuits.

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Nvidia Entangled in Quantum Simulators

Nvidia Entangled in Quantum Simulators

“We are accelerating simulators so researchers can design better quantum computers, verify the results, architect hybrid quantum classical systems, and discover more quantum-optimal algorithms,” Huang said. “Quantum can solve exponential-order complexity problems like factoring large numbers for cryptography, simulating atoms and molecules for drug discovery, and…

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NVIDIA GTC 2021 Keynote To Stream From Jensen’s Kitchen – Possible New Datacenter GPU Announcement Inbound

NVIDIA GTC 2021 Keynote To Stream From Jensen’s Kitchen – Possible New Datacenter GPU Announcement Inbound

NVIDIA is planning another GTC 2021 event streamed straight from Jensen’s kitchen on April 12, 2021. ’s GTC keynote Monday, April 12, starting at 8:30 a.m. PT. Interestingly, however, NVIDIA has highlighted quantum computing in…

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Quantum Computing Marks New Breakthrough, Is 100 Trillion Times More Efficient

Quantum Computing Marks New Breakthrough, Is 100 Trillion Times More Efficient

In boson sampling and its variants, nonclassical light is injected into a linear optical network, which generates highly random photon-number, measured by single-photon detectors. How Does It Outperform Google’s Supercomputer While Google builds quantum circuits using supercold, superconducting metal, the…

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