Posts tagged with: Quantum Supremacy

Quantum Supremacy vs. Quantum Advantage – And How Do We Measure These Things? (Part 8 of 8)

The final part of the eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ explains quantum advantage and quantum supremacy. These terms, developed...

The Winner of Quantum Computing Race Could Define the Way We Live and Work

The US is increasingly anxious about China’s prowess in quantum computing. It’s easy to see why. The nation that’s able to lead the field could redefine the way we live...

The GPU Strikes Back: Math Catches Up to Google’s Quantum Supremacy Claim

In 2019, word filtered out that a quantum computer built by Google had performed calculations that the company claimed would be effectively impossible to replicate on supercomputing hardware. That turned...

The Eagle has Landed: IBM Unveils 127 Qubit Processor

IBM Corp. today debuted its newest and most sophisticated quantum processor, which features 127 qubits as well as several major architectural improvements over earlier chips....

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....

IBM, Rigetti, Phasecraft, Oxford QC, China, and More in HPC Wire’s Quantum Roundup

IBM yesterday announced a proof for a quantum ML algorithm. A week ago, it unveiled a new topology for its quantum processors. Last Friday, the Technical University of Denmark released...