Quantum Computer

Quantum Simulation Software, QuEST, Spans Architectures; Here’s a Comparative Study with Project Q, qHipster, and Quantum++

Quantum Simulation Software, QuEST, Spans Architectures; Here’s a Comparative Study with Project Q, qHipster, and Quantum++ QuEST and High Performance Simulation of Quantum Computers Excerpts and salient points ~ +  QuEST, the Quantum Exact Simulation Toolkit, is the first open source, hybrid multi-threaded and distributed, […]

“Spin Currents” Studied for Their Significant Performance Improvements

“Spin Currents” Studied for Their Significant Performance Improvements.  Generating spin-currents without energy loss from materials exhibiting the Rashba-Bychkov effect.   “From faster memories to quantum computers, the benefits of better understanding and exploiting Rashba systems will certainly have enormous implications.”  Reference found at ScienceBlog…  

Australia’s Black Opal

  Australia’s Black Opal.  Q-CTRL released Black Opal claiming the first commercially available software suite “designed to improve the performance of quantum computing hardware.”  Q-CTRL, an offshoot from the University of Sydney, is an example of Australian attempts to commercialize quantum. Reference is found at […]