Posts tagged with: Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS)

Quantum Monte Carlo at Exascale: Key to Finding New Semiconductor Materials?

Researchers are urgently trying to identify possible materials to replace silicon-based semiconductors. The processing power in modern computers continues to increase even as the size of the silicon on which...

Irish Startup Could be Seeing $50m (€41m) in the Near-Term

Irish quantum computing start-up may raise $50m in coming years Read More… +  Equal1, which has around 13 employees in Ireland, is developing a new type of quantum computer based...

Truly Incredible: Quantum Computing Could be Getting a Photonic Boost With Camera’s Sub-Photon Noise

Hamamatsu introduces the world’s first photon-number-resolving scientific camera with incredibly low noise and 9.4 megapixels Hamamatsu Photonics has released a new scientific camera called the ORCA-Quest® qCMOS™ camera (part number C15550-20UP), with...

Silicon Photonic Chips: Solving Two Challenges for Quantum Computing

Silicon computer chips are the foundation for nearly all computing devices today.  From your desktop, to the server room, back into your palm inside your smartphone, and circling Earth in...

Programming, Reprogramming Quantum Computers

University of Bristol researchers efforts push quantum computer programming forward. This work helps overcome the challenge of precision-entanglement beyond the current single-qubit systems. Using CMOS-compatible photonic components and metal-oxide semi-conductors,...