Posts tagged with: Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ)

Algorithmic Warfare: U.S. DARPA Probing Quantum Computing Capabilities

The DARPA project — Optimization with Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum devices — aims to “demonstrate the quantitative advantage of quantum information processing by leapfrogging the performance of classical-only systems in solving...

Security Teams Should Be Addressing Quantum Computing’s Likely Cyber-Threats, Now

Organizations should be communicating to their cybersecurity vendors about this issue, “asking them what their quantum-safe roadmap looks like”......

Just Because a QPU Gives You a Result Once, Does Not Mean It Will Do So Reliably

In February of 2022, Agnostiq released a study providing the present state-of-the-art for solving combinatorial optimization problems on real, noisy gate-model quantum computers. Although the study was primarily focused on...

Cambridge Quantum and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG Leverage Latest Quantum Algorithms to Optimise Train Scheduling

CAMBRIDGE, England, Nov. 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Cambridge Quantum (CQ) and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG (DB) announce today a partnership to explore how quantum computers can improve the rescheduling of rail traffic as...

Searching for Life In Deep Space: Zapata Computing & University of Hull to Leverage Quantum Computing

Zapata Computing, Inc., a leading enterprise quantum software company, announced a partnership agreement with the U.K.-based University of Hull. The partnership will support research to evaluate Orquestra, Zapata’s quantum workflow...

Cambridge Quantum’s TKET is Now Open-Sourced

Cambridge Quantum (CQ) is pleased to announce that the latest version (v.0.15) of TKET (pronounced "ticket"), our class leading high-performance hardware-agnostic quantum software development kit, is now completely open-source and immediately...