AQT Reports Optimizing SWAP Networks for Quantum Computing

August 4, 2022

A research partnership at the Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and Chicago-based Super.tech (acquired by ColdQuanta in May 2022) has demonstrated how to optimize the execution of the ZZ SWAP network protocol, important to quantum computing. The team also introduced a new technique... Read more…

ColdQuanta Hires CEO, Organizes into 3 Divisions

August 31, 2021

ColdQuanta, a start-up hoping to leverage expertise in cold atom quantum technology (think Bose-Einstein condensate effects), today announced the appointment of Read more…

Quantum Roundup: IBM, Rigetti, Phasecraft, Oxford QC, China, and More

July 13, 2021

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 Univer Read more…

ColdQuanta – Life in Quantum’s Slow (and Cold) Lane Heats Up

April 23, 2020

Work using cold atoms to leverage quantum effects for useful applications isn’t new. Think, for example, of atomic clocks and various sensing devices. But put Read more…

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