IBM Quantum Summit: Osprey Flies; Error Handling Progress; Quantum-centric Supercomputing

Part scorecard, part grand vision, IBM’s annual Quantum Summit held last month is a fascinating snapshot of IBM’s progress, evolving technology roadmap, and issues facing the quantum landscap

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IBM Study Charts Future of Superconducting-based Quantum Computing

Few companies have worked as long or as broadly to develop superconducting-based qubits and quantum computers as IBM. Last month IBM posted a perspective paper - The Future of Quantum Computing w

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CEO Jack Hidary on SandboxAQ’s Ambitions and Near-term Milestones

Spun out from Google last March, SandboxAQ is a fascinating, well-funded start-up targeting the intersection of AI and quantum technology. “As the world enters the third quantum revolution, AI

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Zapata’s Orquestra Targets the Hybrid Quantum-Classical Challenge

As it’s become clearer that hybrid quantum-classical computing solutions will likely be necessary to achieve practical quantum computing, there’s been an increasing emphasis on developing sof

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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…

IBM Unveils Expanded Quantum Roadmap; Talks Up ‘Quantum-Centric Supercomputer’

May 10, 2022

IBM today issued an extensive and detailed expansion of its Quantum Roadmap that calls for developing a new 1386-qubit processor – Kookaburra – built from modularly scaled chips, and delivering a 4,158-qubit POC system built using three connected Kookaburra processors by 2025. Kookaburra (Australian Kingfisher) is a new architecture... Read more…

Fermilab, UChicago Develop Low-cost, Fast Quantum Computer Control Kit

May 3, 2022

Control of quantum computers has always required fast, precise coordination between a traditional computer and the quantum computer. Mostly, these are custom sy Read more…

ACES ‘Composable’ Supercomputer Gets Ready for Phase One Use

April 4, 2022

Later this spring, ACES – the new ‘composable’ supercomputer being stood up at Texas A&M University – will begin granting Phase One access to early Read more…

Flux Supercomputing Workload Manager Hits Milestones in Advance of Supporting Exascale Science

March 2, 2022

High-performance computing, or supercomputing, combined with new data-science approaches such as machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) give scientis Read more…

ECP Brings Optimizations to the MPICH Library

February 22, 2022

Message Passing Interface (MPI) has been the communications backbone for distributed high-performance computing (HPC) scientific applications since its introduc Read more…

Why SYCL: Elephants in the SYCL Room

February 3, 2022

Commentary -- In the second of a series of guest posts on heterogeneous computing, James Reinders, who returned to Intel last year after a short “retirement, Read more…

Nvidia Buys HPC Cluster Management Company Bright Computing

January 10, 2022

Graphics chip powerhouse Nvidia today announced that it has acquired HPC cluster management company Bright Computing for an undisclosed sum. Unlike Nvidia’s bid to purchase semiconductor IP company Arm, which has been stymied by regulatory challenges, the Bright deal is a straightforward acquisition that aims to expand... Read more…

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