Does Quantum Entanglement Hold the Key to Unhackable Communications?

July 28, 2022

Scientists have uncovered a new type of quantum cryptography that utilizes one of the same laws of physics used in building quantum computers: quantum entanglement. Quantum entanglement, or what Einstein called “spooky action at a distance,” refers to the phenomenon of two subatomic particles being linked to one another in an exclusive... Read more…

GPUs Are Role-playing Quantum Computers

July 27, 2022

Graphics processors are taking on a new role beyond gaming and artificial intelligence – they are now serving as surrogate quantum computers until the real hardware arrives. The Jülich Supercomputing Centre is using GPUs and a software toolkit from Nvidia to emulate quantum computers and research... Read more…

Building the Quantum Stack for the NISQ Era

August 24, 2020

In October 2019, Google unveiled the first proof of quantum supremacy, demonstrating that a quantum computer could solve certain mathematical problems faster than a classical computer. In March 2020, Honeywell announced that it would launch the first commercial quantum computer and in June announced the creation of the most powerful quantum computer yet. Coming in fast succession, these milestones indicate how far we’ve come since this technology was first postulated by Richard Feynman back in the 1980s. Read more…

Supercomputing Vet Champions Quantum Cause

May 13, 2013

Supercomputing veteran, Bo Ewald, has been neck-deep in bleeding edge system development since his twelve-year stint at Cray Research back in the mid-1980s, which was followed by his tenure at large organizations like SGI and startups, including Scale Eight Corporation and Linux Networx. He has put his weight behind quantum company.... Read more…

Quantum Computer Simulation: New World Record on JUGENE

June 28, 2010

The civil engineer Konrad Zuse was born in Berlin exactly 100 years ago. In 1941, he built the world's first computer. And thanks to his pioneering work, the scientists at the Jülich Supercomputing Center have now succeeded in setting a world record by simulating the largest quantum computer system with 42 qubits. Read more…

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