Posts tagged with: China

South Korea to Develop Own 50 Qubit System by 2027, Catch U.S. And China in Quantum Computing

South Korean research bodies and private companies joined hands to form a government-initiated task force for the development of a 50-qubit quantum computer by the end of 2026 with the...

China’s Quantum Leap

In this long read you’ll find answers to questions such as: What are the distinguishing features of quantum computing and what stage is development at currently? What strategies are employed...

Quantum Supremacy vs. Quantum Advantage – And How Do We Measure These Things? (Part 8 of 8)

The final part of the eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ explains quantum advantage and quantum supremacy. These terms, developed...

The Winner of Quantum Computing Race Could Define the Way We Live and Work

The US is increasingly anxious about China’s prowess in quantum computing. It’s easy to see why. The nation that’s able to lead the field could redefine the way we live...

U.S. Gov’t Attempts to Stave off Leaks of U.S. Quantum Computing IP to China, Others

The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has issued a final rule adding twenty-seven foreign entities and individuals to the Entity List for engaging in activities that are contrary to...

China’s First Photonic Quantum Computing Venture Completes Pre-A Funding Round

TuringQ, China's first photonic quantum computing company, announced its completion of a pre-A round of financing of several hundred million yuan, led by Legend Capital. The funds will be mainly...