Multiverse, Pasqal, and Crédit Agricole Tout Progress Using Quantum Computing in FS

January 26, 2023

Europe-based quantum computing pioneers Multiverse Computing and Pasqal, and global bank Crédit Agricole CIB today announced successful conclusion of a 1.5-yea Read more…

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Fujitsu Study Says Quantum Decryption Threat Still Distant

January 23, 2023

Global computer and chip manufacturer Fujitsu today reported that a new study performed on its 39-qubit quantum simulator suggests it will remain difficult for Read more…

Qubits23 – D-Wave Asserts the Quantum Wait Is Over

January 18, 2023

At yesterday’s opening keynote to D-Wave Systems’ annual Qubits23 conference, CEO Alan Baratz took a broad swipe at the gate-based quantum computing communi Read more…

NSTC Issues New Report on US Quantum Sciences Funding and Priorities

January 12, 2023

The National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) this week released its third annual report on spending and activities supporting the National Quantum Initiat Read more…

The Quantum Kaleidoscope – 2022 Highlights and What to Watch in 2023

January 9, 2023

Making sense of today’s quantum computing landscape is challenging. IBM’s research chief Dario Gil says quantum computing writ large is now undeniably an industry. Jim Clarke, Intel’s quantum hardware chief, says hold your horses – we’re still 10-15 years from a fault-tolerant machine. Markus Pflitsch, founder and CEO of Swiss start-up Terra Quantum/QMware, says why wait, his company is delivering quantum... Read more…

Get Quantum Advantage without Quantum Devices? Yes, says Terra Quantum

December 27, 2022

Is it possible to get quantum advantage without actually using a quantum device? One Swiss start-up, Terra Quantum, says it’s not only possible but that doing Read more…

Intel Quantum Wisdom: Think Quantum is Powerful? You’re Right. Think it will Happen Soon. You’re Mistaken!

December 13, 2022

Currently, Intel doesn’t have a quantum processor that potential users can access. In the fall, it launched a new quantum software development kit and simulat Read more…

Hyperion: QC Market Headed to $1.2B in 2025; Lots of Momentum but also Uncertainty

December 7, 2022

Hyperion Research delivered its latest outlook for the quantum computing market yesterday at the Q2B22 Conference, estimating revenues for 2022 will finish arou Read more…

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