Posts tagged with: quantum circuits

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...

Measuring Your Quantum Computer’s Scale, Quality, and Speed IBM’s Way

Driving quantum performance: more qubits, higher Quantum Volume, and now a proper measure of speed Today, we propose a quantum metric we call Circuit Layer Operations Per Second, or CLOPS....

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...

Synthesizing and Analyzing Quantum Circuits at the Fundamental Level

Classiq addresses the challenges in the development of quantum computing by bridging the gap of complex quantum logic. The company builds a new layer of the quantum software stack, increasing...

PTB Scientists Beating New Paths for the Development of Integrated Complex Quantum Systems

A benchmark for single-electron circuits Top: Counting statistics (ptx) of an error signal (x) recorded by a single-charge detector, shown as a function of the number of repetitions (t) of...

U.S. PNNL and Microsoft Quantum Collaborating on Quantum Circuit Links to Supercomputers

A bridge to the quantum revolution When reliable qubit-based calculating devices arrive on the computing scene, they will not stand alone. They will need to cooperate with current scientific computing...
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