Posts tagged with: Noise

Cloud Computing, Data Centers, D-Wave, and Quantum Computers

Is Quantum Computing the Answer to Future Data Center Innovation? Excerpts and salient points ~ •  Speaking during a keynote address at this week’s Glue Conference 2019 event, Murray Thom,...

Using Your Beats to Cancel the Noise

Stabilising quantum computers with ‘noise-cancelling headphones’ Excerpts and salient points ~ •  Quantum entanglement is a delicate state that requires the particles used for computing, known as qubits, to be...

Reducing Monte Carlo Simulations to Near-real Time

Reducing Monte Carlo Simulations to Near-real Time.  IBM has revealed research results for quantum computing protocols processing Monte Carlo calculations.  Typically, when using Monte Carlo simulations for financial portfolios on classical...

Argonne National Laboratory: Reducing Quantum Noise

Argonne National Laboratory: Reducing Quantum Noise.  Many current quantum information applications suffer from ​decoherence.  Decoherence is the loss of quantum information due to ​environmental noise inherent to quantum hardware.  Magnetism,...

Quantum Supremacy or Quantum “Not Enitrely Useless”?

Quantum supremacy is a popular term but will it come to fruition? We at The Qubit Report believe quantum computing will get here sooner or later. But keep all angles...

Too Primitive To Deliver

Too Primitive To Deliver While the excitement of quantum computing builds, we must keep-in-check the possibility that quantum supremacy may not take place. In this article from Quanta magazine, we...