Posts tagged with: Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum Computer (NISQ)

Berkeley Lab Team Demonstrates a Three-Qubit Native Quantum Gate With High Fidelity

Researchers at the Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) conducted the first experimental demonstration of a three-qubit high-fidelity iToffoli native gate in a superconducting quantum...

Qubits: A Primer (Part 6 of 8)

The sixth part of an eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ provides a high-level overview of various types of qubits. ...

Crucial Leap in Error Mitigation for Quantum Computers

Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) demonstrated that an experimental method known as randomized compiling (RC) can dramatically reduce error rates in quantum algorithms and lead...

Qubit Stream: Monte Carlo Advance, Infosys Joins the Fray, D-Wave Meeting Plans, and More

It seems the stream of quantum computing reports never ceases. This week – IonQ and Goldman Sachs tackle Monte Carlo on quantum hardware, Cambridge Quantum pushes chemistry calculations forward, D-Wave...

Still 5 to 10 Years Out for a Non-NISQ System, But Don’t Wait

Still 5 to 10 years away? Quantum computing was 5 to 10 years away 4 years ago. It will get here, eventually. It may just get very cold before then. ...

Classical Systems, Quantum Systems, and Entanglement Demonstrate a Quantum Advantage

UArizona Engineers Demonstrate a Quantum Advantage Quantum computing and quantum sensing have the potential to be vastly more powerful than their classical counterparts. Not only could a fully realized quantum...