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Intel Delivers 17-Qubit Quantum Chip to European Research Partner

On Tuesday (Oct. 10), Intel delivered a 17-qubit superconducting test chip to research partner QuTech, the quantum research institute of Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands. The announcement ...Full Article

IBM’s Latest AI Effort Targets Algorithms, Physics

Investment continues to flow into artificial intelligence research, especially in key areas such as AI algorithms that promise to move the technology from specialized tasks to broader applications that ...Full Article

IBM Enables Quantum Computing Experimentation

 IBM Research is pairing its Jupyter-based Data Science Experience notebook environment with its cloud-based quantum computer, IBM Q, in hopes of encouraging a new class of entrepreneurial user to ...Full Article

Quantum Computing in the Enterprise: Not So Wild a Dream

This publication examines the migration of HPC technologies from the specialized realms of supercomputing to business-ready solutions for compute- and data-intensive business problems. As such, quantum computing isn’t covered ...Full Article

IBM, D-Wave Report Quantum Computing Advances

IBM said this week it has built and tested a pair of quantum computing processors, including a prototype of a commercial version. That progress follows an announcement earlier this ...Full Article

Early Adopters Exercise Quantum Bits

For a technology that’s usually characterized as far off and in a distant galaxy, quantum computing has been steadily picking up steam. Just how close real-world applications are depends ...Full Article

IBM Touts Hybrid Approach to Quantum Computing

IBM is attempting to move quantum computing to the mainstream via an application-programming interface and other software tools that would allow developers to build interfaces between its cloud-based quantum ...Full Article

Microsoft, Rambus Collaborate on Quantum Computing

Rambus Inc., the chip technology intellectual property vendor, is working with Microsoft Research on future memory requirements for quantum computing. Rambus (NASDAQ: RMBS), Sunnyvale, Calif., confirmed just before the ...Full Article

A Quantum Leap for Classical Computing

<img src="http://media2.hpcwire.com/dmr/threequbitsiliconchip.jpg" alt="" width="95" height="59" />For all quantum computing's potential, there is still doubt whether its implementation is even feasible. But according to a trend among recent findings, quantum computing ...Full Article