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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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Researchers Develop World’s First Distributed Quantum Computer Prototype

Researchers Develop World’s First Distributed Quantum Computer Prototype

Severin Daiss, Stefan Langenfeld, and other researchers from the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching realized the first quantum-logic computer operation between two separate quantum modules. The team interconnected two qubits, the memory and processing units of quantum computers, in two…

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BP joins IBM Quantum Network to pioneer use of Quantum technology in energy

BP (the energy giant) has joined the IBM Quantum Network to advance the use of quantum computing technology in the energy industry. As an Industry Partner, BP will have access to IBM’s quantum assets and expertise through the cloud. Currently, BP will be able to use a 65-qubit quantum computer as well as be involved in an important milestone on the IBM roadmap, a 1,000+ qubit system scheduled for the end of 2023.

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Researchers send entangled qubit states through a communication channel for the first time

Researchers send entangled qubit states through a communication channel for the first time

The results, published February 24, 2021 in Nature, could help make quantum computing more feasible and could lay the groundwork for future quantum communication networks. In a breakthrough for quantum computing, University of Chicago researchers have sent entangled…

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Infineon Technologies : Multi-lateral approach improves chances of success in quantum computing development – Infineon participates in several initiatives and projects

Infineon Technologies : Multi-lateral approach improves chances of success in quantum computing development – Infineon participates in several initiatives and projects

Essentially, scientists are pursuing three paths to the physical technical implementation of the crucial basic elements, the qubits: superconducting qubits, ion trap-based qubits and silicon-based spin qubits. In addition, Infineon…

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Researchers Use Quantum Processors To Challenge Beliefs In Physics

Researchers Use Quantum Processors To Challenge Beliefs In Physics

Additionally, gain-loss systems for studying quantum properties such as entropy, entanglement, and correlations are impossible as they add noise to the system. It is possible to extend Hermitian operators’ fundamentals and digitally simulate non-Hermitian dynamics in a superconducting quantum processor, Aalto University…

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