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physicsActual Error Rates and Success Rates for Noisy Quantum Computers

Current Noisy Quantum Computers have success rates of 3% to 90% depending upon the type of program or algorithm. A new quantum compiler will improve the success rates by an average of 3 times and up to 18 times.

ibmIBM Q System One is a Commercial Integrated Quantum Computer

IBM Q System One enables universal approximate superconducting quantum computers to operate outside the research lab for the first time. It’s a major step forward in the commercialization of quantum computing, which could one day enable breakthroughs in such areas …

quantum computerD-Wave Realtime Quantum Application Environment uses Python

D-Wave Systems Inc., the leader in quantum computing systems and software, today announced the immediate availability of free, real-time access to the D-Wave LeapTM Quantum Application Environment (QAE). Leap is the first cloud-based QAE providing real-time access to a live …

lasersProgress to photonic quantum computation

One of the goals of photonics is to implement photonic quantum computation. Quantum interference of single photons at a 50:50 beamsplitter is a key phenomenon in quantum physics and lies at the heart of linear optical quantum computation. Researchers have …

diamondSynthetic diamond will enable quantum networks

Princeton University researchers are using synthetic diamonds to help create a quantum communication network. Quantum information networks could be extremely secure and could also allow new quantum computers to work together to solve currently unsolvable problems. The main problem has …

intelIntel makes smallest quantum computing chip with spin qubits

Intel researchers are testing a tiny new “spin qubit” chip. The new chip was created in Intel’s D1D Fab in Oregon using the same silicon manufacturing techniques that the company has perfected for creating billions of traditional computer chips. Smaller …

quantum computerImproved quantum error correction could enable universal quantum computing

Quantum Circuits long-term goal is to develop, manufacture, and sell the first practical and useful quantum computers based on superconducting devices. Along the way to building a quantum computer, QCI will commercialize the components, devices, and software that will accelerate …

futureAtos Quantum Learning Machine can now simulate real Qubits

Researchers at the Atos Quantum Laboratory have successfully modeled ‘quantum noise’ and as a result, simulation is more realistic than ever before, and is closer to fulfilling researchers’ requirements. The Atos Quantum Learning Machine (QLM) now has advanced quantum hardware …

futureQuantized Majorana conductance is progress to Topological Quantum Computers

Since the breakthrough discovery of the Majorana particle in 2012 in Delft, researchers faced great challenges. The group of professor Leo Kouwenhoven at QuTech and Microsoft collaborated with theorists and material scientists of various institutes to understand the next steps …

brainPhosphorous atoms could serve as biochemical qubits for quantum computing in the human brain

Researcher Matthew Fisher is leading the $1.2 million QuBrain project to see if the human brain utilizes any quantum computing. Fisher asserts that nuclear spins (at the core of the atom, rather than the surrounding electrons) could provide quantum computing …