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

Europe-based quantum computing pioneers Multiverse Computing and Pasqal, and global bank Crédit Agricole CIB today announced successful conclusion of a 1.5-year POC study “to evaluate the cont

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Semiconductor Companies Create Building Block for Chiplet Design

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Fujitsu Study Says Quantum Decryption Threat Still Distant

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Top HPC Players Creating New Security Architecture Amid Neglect

January 20, 2023

Security of high-performance computers is being neglected in the pursuit of horsepower, and there are concerns that the ignorance may be costly if safeguards ar 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…

Intel’s Rental Service on Chips Could Face Buyer Backlash

January 11, 2023

Intel is bringing subscription and rental services to semiconductors as it explores new business models, but it remains to be seen if buyers warm up to the idea of paying extra to unlock features on a chip. Intel is bringing an "on-demand" feature to its new Xeon CPUs codenamed Sapphire Rapids, which the company launched on Tuesday after long delays. The on-demand feature involves paying a fee to activate... Read more…

Intel Officially Launches Sapphire Rapids and HPC-optimized Max Series

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After a number of delays, Intel has launched its fourth-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processor, codenamed Sapphire Rapids, the successor to Ice Lake. Manufact 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…

AMD Shows Off MI300 Chip for the First Time

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At the tail end of AMD’s 75-minute CES keynote, held yesterday in Las Vegas and via livestream, CEO Lisa Su shared new details of the forthcoming MI300 chip and publicly unveiled the silicon. The MI300 (teased earlier this year) is the first to combine a CPU, GPU and memory into a single integrated design, incorporating nine 5nm chiplets that are 3D stacked on top of four 6nm chiplets with 128 gigabytes of HBM3 memory.  Read more…

Europe to Dish out €270 Million to Build RISC-V Hardware and Software

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