Posts tagged with: Quantum Hardware

Operational! Finland’s Quantum Computer to March Beyond 5-Qubit Start

The 5-qubit quantum computer is part of a larger initiative. VTT and IQM aim to build together a much more powerful 50-qubit quantum computer by 2024 and further develop Finland’s...

Oxford Instruments NanoScience Supports Advanced Materials at U. College Cork With Next-Gen Dilution Refrigerators

Today, Oxford Instruments NanoScience announces the supply of two next-generation Cryofree® dilution refrigerators to the University College Cork (UCC). One of the ProteoxMX systems includes a high homogeneity 14T magnet for increased experimental...

E6 Takes the Cake for its Quantum Grade Diamond

World’s first widely available quantum diamond grade wins R&D category....

Multiverse Partners With Ionq to Unlock the Power of Quantum Computing for Global Financial Companies

Multiverse Computing today announced a partnership with IonQ, the leader in trapped-ion quantum computing, which will enable financial services organizations to model risk more accurately and quickly than ever before,...

Q-CTRL, University of Sydney Tackle Error Supression in Quantum Computers

A Sydney-based start-up, Q-CTRL, has released the results of its algorithmic benchmarking experiments, which demonstrate massively improved performance of quantum computers when an error suppression technique is applied. The technique...

Research Breakthrough in Entanglement Could Lead to High-Dimensional Encoding of Quantum Information, Future Quantum Devices

Quantum entanglement—or what Albert Einstein once referred to as “spooky action at a distance”— occurs when two quantum particles are connected to each other, even when millions of miles apart....