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Fujitsu Develops Technology to Speed Up Quantum Circuit Computation in Quantum Simulator by 200 Times

02/19/2024 | Fujitsu
Fujitsu announced the development of a novel technique on a quantum simulator that speeds up quantum-classical hybrid algorithms, which have been proposed as a method for the early use of quantum computers, achieving 200 times the computational speed of previous simulations.

Fujitsu, Delft University of Technology Establish New Quantum Lab

01/26/2024 | JCN Newswire
Fujitsu and Delft University of Technology today announced the establishment of the Fujitsu Advanced Computing Lab Delft at Delft University of Technology, an industry-academia collaboration hub dedicated to the development of quantum computing technologies.

Utility-Scale Quantum Program Advances Toward Prototyping

12/29/2023 | DARPA
DARPA’s Underexplored Systems for Utility-Scale Quantum Computing (US2QC) program seeks to determine whether an underexplored approach to quantum computing can achieve utility-scale operation – meaning its computational value exceeds its cost – faster than conventional predictions.

Siemens Collaborates with sureCore and Semiwise to Pioneer Quantum Computing Ready Cryogenic Semiconductor Designs

12/21/2023 | Vortex
Siemens Digital Industries Software announced its collaboration with sureCore and Semiwise to develop groundbreaking cryogenic CMOS circuits capable of operating at temperatures near absolute zero – a fundamental component of quantum computing systems.

Quantum Computer Sources Majority of Components from Japanese Makers

12/20/2023 | ACN Newswire
The newly developed superconducting quantum computer uses a 64 qubit chip provided by RIKEN, which leverages the same design as the chip in RIKEN's first superconducting quantum computer, which was unveiled to users in Japan as a cloud service for non-commercial use on March 27, 2023.
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