Fujitsu lays claim to world’s fastest quantum computing simulator
Fujitsu claims to have built the world's fastest quantum computing simulator. The simulator handles 36-qubit quantum circuits on a cluster system.
The simulator is based on Fujitsu's PRIMEHPC FX 700 supercomputer. This supercomputer features the same A64FX processor that powers Fugaku, the world... Read more
Quantum Application Lab lowers entry barrier to quantum computing
The Quantum Application Lab (QAL) has been launched. Several initiators are providing infrastructure and knowledge to organizations looking to explore the benefits of quantum computing.
The lab is open to those wanting to research the benefits of quantum computing. The consortium consists of eng... Read more
Dutch researchers claim breakthrough in quantum computing
Researchers at QuTech have built a quantum computer in which four qubits operate together in a grid. According to the researchers, this is an important step in making quantum computers scalable.
The research team was led by Menno Veldhorst from QuTech. QuTech is a collaboration between TU Delft ... Read more
IBM develops calculation method that makes quantum computers more accurate
IBM has developed a technique called zero-noise extrapolation that removes noise from quantum calculations. It may seem strange, but by performing multi-level calculations, IBM scientists can estimate what a quantum computer would calculate if there were no distorting data.
The technique improves th... Read more
Milestone IBM brings quantum computers fast closer
IBM says it has reached a new milestone in its research into quantum computers. Never before has the tech giant achieved higher performance in this area as now with his new IBM Q System One application. achieved a result twice as high as its predecessor.
Big Blue tracks the performance of its quantu... Read more
IBM makes quantum computer available for business market
IBM has launched a quantum computer for the business market. The so-called IBM Q System One enables companies to model complex data, such as investments and risks. Until now, quantum computers were only available for research laboratories. IBM announced this during the Consumer Electronics Show in L... Read more
BlackBerry launches quantum-resistant solution against cyber attacks
BlackBerry has added a new Quantum-Resistant code signing server to its existing cryptography solutions. This makes it possible to digitally sign software using a program. As a result, it is difficult for a quantum computer to crack it.
Quantum computers work differently than current computers. A qu... Read more
New service of Rigetti Computing to bring quantum computer closer
Rigetti Computing says to be closer to its goal of making a working quantum computer. This computer has to solve problems faster for less money, or with better quality results than traditional machines.
Quantum computers process computations by means of so-called "qubits". These are many times more ... Read more