Posts tagged with: trapped ions

IonQ Opens Door to Dramatically More Powerful Quantum Computers, Debuts Industry First: Reconfigurable Multicore Quantum Architecture

IonQ, Inc. (“IonQ”), the leader in quantum computing, August 25, 2021, unveiled the industry’s first Reconfigurable Multicore Quantum Architecture (RMQA) technology, a breakthrough in quantum computing. Starting with the demonstration...

NIST’s Quantum Sensing Research Could Be a New Dark Matter Sensor

Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have linked together, or “entangled,” the mechanical motion and electronic properties of a tiny blue crystal, giving it a quantum...

The QCCD Architecture: Honeywell’s Trapped-Ion Quantum Computer Realized

Quantum computer based on shuttling ions is built by Honeywell Read More… +  A quantum charged coupled device – a type of trapped-ion quantum computer first proposed 20 years ago...

Be The First: Sandia National Laboratories’ Quantum Scientific Computing Open User Testbed, or QSCOUT

Rare open-access quantum computer now operational Scientists worldwide can use ion-based testbed at Sandia National Laboratories A new Department of Energy open-access quantum computing testbed is ready for the public....

Q Center and IonQ Partner to Take Quantum Hardware to South Korea

IonQ and South Korea’s Q Center Announce Three-Year Quantum Alliance IonQ and Q Center announce partnership to bring quantum hardware to researchers and students in South Korea IonQ, the leader...

Trapped Ion Systems Have a New Tool for Quantum Simulations

Trapped ion quantum simulators may soon offer new means to explore the properties of matter emerging from complex interactions among quarks, gluons and the other fundamental building blocks of nature....