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

If Your Quantum Computer is Imperfect, Try a Classical System to Simulate It

Imperfections Lower the Simulation Cost of Quantum Computers Read More… +  With a few quantum bits, an ideal quantum computer can process vast amounts of information in a coordinated way,...

Zapata Computing, Like Raking Leaves, Rakes in $38M in Funding

Announcing $38 Million Funding for Series B Financing Funding will enable Zapata to scale research and product development in support of quantum readiness across industries. Zapata Computing, Inc., the leading...

ITOCHU to Support Zapata Expansion in Japan

ITOCHU Announces Investment in Zapata Computing, Developer of Software for Quantum Computers ITOCHU Corporation (headquartered in Minato-ku, Tokyo; Yoshihisa Suzuki, President & COO; hereinafter “ITOCHU”) announces today [November 19, 2020]...

Defining a Quantum Computer’s Power: Is Quantum Volume the Right Measure?

Measuring Progress in the ‘Noisy’ Era of Quantum Computing Read More… +  Since IBM began publicizing the term more starting in late 2019, quantum volume has come up a number...

Next Generation of Qubits Enabled by a New Fridge

Oxford Instruments releases the Proteox5mK – World’s Coldest Cryofree Dilution Refrigerator Enabling the Next Generation of Qubits Enabling quantum researchers to develop the next generation of quantum computers, the Proteox5mK from...

Atos Coordinating Rollout of NExt ApplicationS of Quantum Computing Project

Atos coordinates NEASQC, an ambitious European project to lead the future quantum computing revolution Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, announces its participation in the European project NEASQC, whose...