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
IBM scientists prove existing quantum computers
The scientific community is waiting for a large-scale quantum computer that they can use to carry out difficult but crucial calculations. Meanwhile, a team of IBM researchers has decided to approach this problem from a different angle, which will allow them to get results right now.
Given that t... Read more
IBM releases its quantum computing roadmap as competition heats up
IBM is now releasing a clear roadmap detailing its plans for quantum computing development. The plan includes a 1,121-qubit device that they will release in 2023, along with cooling systems and other components.
The 1,121-qubit processor is called IBM Quantum Condor. Big Blue released images of ... Read more
Intel develops control chip to simplify quantum computing
Intel has developed a new cryogenic quantum chip, 'Horse Ridge', which should make it more commercially viable to work with quantum computing. The system-on-a-chip should accelerate the development of quantum technology by Intel. Horse Ridge allows developers to control qubits from the chip itself.... 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
IBM wants to make money with quantum computers by 2021
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty has informed Bloomberg TV that he wants to make a profit with his quantum computers within two to five years. From then on, according to her, we will see real commercial applications, which will result in income.
IBM showed a special quantum computer at CES: IBM Q System One. T... Read more
European Commission invests heavily to become world leader in quantum technology
The European Union is making a lot of money available to become a world leader in the field of quantum computing. Over the next ten years, as many as 5Â 000 European researchers in quantum technology will have to be funded.
This will take place within the Quantum Technologies Flagship, which was ... Read more