Nvidia Dives Deeper into Quantum, Announces QODA Programming Platform

July 12, 2022

GPU and accelerated-computing powerhouse Nvidia today announced a new programming platform – NVIDIA Quantum Optimized Device Architecture (QODA) – targeting development and management of applications run on hybrid classical-quantum systems. QODA joins cuQuantum, Nvidia’s quantum simulation SDK for use on GPU-accelerated systems. Unlike cuQuantum... Read more…

Quantinuum Debuts 20-Qubit H1-1 System; JPMorgan Chase Showcases its Strength

June 14, 2022

Quantinuum today announced a significant upgrade to its ion trap quantum computer, H1-1, which now has 20 qubits – up from 12 qubits – and features all-to-a Read more…

APS March Meeting: Google, Intel and Others Highlight Quantum Progress Points

March 17, 2022

At yesterday’s Quantum in Industry session at the APS March Meeting 2022, Google, IBM, Intel, Quantinuum, and Silicon Quantum Computing/University of South Wales (USW) presented progress points and ongoing challenges in the race to achieve practical quantum computing. While IBM has proclaimed 2023 to be the year it achieves quantum advantage, the other... Read more…

Quantinuum Debuts Quantum-based Cryptographic Key Service – Is this Quantum Advantage?

December 7, 2021

Quantinuum – the newly-named company resulting from the merger of Honeywell’s quantum computing division and UK-based Cambridge Quantum – today launched Quantum Origin, a service to deliver “completely unpredictable cryptographic keys” based... Read more…

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