Posts tagged with: trapped ions

Research Suggests Viable Use of Silicon Technology as Alternative to Superconducting or Trapped Ion Quantum Computers

Research conducted by Princeton University physicists is paving the way for the use of silicon-based technologies in quantum computing, especially as quantum bits – the basic units of quantum computers....

IonQ Announces New Barium Qubit Technology, Laying Foundation for Advanced Quantum Computing Architectures

IonQ, Inc. (“IonQ”) (NYSE: IONQ), a leader in quantum computing, today announced that it plans to use barium ions as qubits in its systems, bringing about a wave of advantages...

More Than Quantum Computing: Applications of Quantum Bits Extend to Search for Dark Matter

Wright Lab assistant professor David Moore, along with three colleagues from other institutions, recently proposed a novel idea of using trapped electrons and ions—technologies that are being developed as qubits...

ColdQuanta’s Newly Formed Quantum Research-as-a-Service Division Embarks on First Project with Oak Ridge National Labs

ColdQuanta, the leader in Cold Atom Quantum Technology, today announced the company has embarked on its first project under the newly branded Quantum Research as a Service (QRaaS) Division to...

IonQ and University of Maryland Researchers Demonstrate Fault-Tolerant Error Correction, Critical for Unlocking the Full Potential of Quantum Computers

Researchers from The University of Maryland and IonQ, Inc. (“IonQ”) (NYSE: IONQ), a leader in trapped-ion quantum computing, on Monday published results in the journal Nature that show a significant breakthrough in error...

Official: IonQ to hit the NYSE, Tomorrow, October 1

dMY Technology Group III (the “Company” or “dMY III”) (NYSE: DMYI) announced today that its stockholders have approved all proposals related to the previously announced business combination (the “Business Combination”)...