Posts tagged with: Qubits

My Qubits Are Better Than Your Qubits

Today, we are still in the early stages of quantum computing so it’s hard to believe we may someday need to make these kinds of choices: which type of qubit...

Unimon: A New Qubit to Boost Quantum Computers for Useful Applications

A group of scientists from IQM Quantum Computers, Aalto University, and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have discovered a new superconducting qubit, the unimon, to increase the accuracy of...

Closing in on Breakeven Point in Quantum Error Correction

Quantinuum researchers have hit a significant milestone by entangling logical qubits in a fault-tolerant circuit using real-time quantum error correction....

Doug Finke Agrees: Quantum is Coming

Quantum is coming....

Four Fundamental Engineering Challenges to Building a ‘Useful’ Quantum Computer

To start to do anything useful with quantum computers, we need to reach the million-qubit scale. It’s a monumental task but not an impossible one with the right engineering...

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. ...