Posts tagged with: Quantum Computers

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. ...

How A Novel Radio Frequency Control System Enhances Quantum Computers

A team of physicists and engineers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) successfully demonstrated the feasibility of low-cost and high-performance radio frequency modules for qubit controls at room temperature....

Could Superconducting Flakes Outperform Quantum Computer Hardware?

Researchers from the University of Bath have developed a technique for creating single-crystal flake devices so thin and pure that they may be able to outperform existing components for quantum...

Riverlane Leads Development of New Hardware Abstraction Layer, Facilitates Collaboration Across Quantum Computing Industry

A consortium led by Cambridge-based quantum computing software company Riverlane and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has developed an open-source hardware abstraction layer (HAL) that makes software portable across different...

The Battle for Post-Quantum Security Will be Won by Agility

By Thomas Poeppelmann and Martin Schlaeffer Due to their special features, quantum computers have the disruptive potential to replace existing conventional computers in many applications. They could, for example, calculate simulations...

Energy Efficient Superconductors and Quantum Computers all From a Quantum Spin Liquid?

Scientists have taken the clearest picture yet of electronic particles that make up a mysterious magnetic state called a quantum spin liquid (QSL)....