Displaying items by tag: quantum computing

Noting that many real-world applications of quantum computing actually require a combination of quantum and classical computing, GPU maker Nvidia has introduced Nvidia Quantum Optimized Device Architecture, which it describes as an open, unified environment for today's most powerful computers and quantum processors, improving scientific productivity and enabling greater scale in quantum research.

Published in Business IT
Tuesday, 31 May 2022 20:01

Quantum accelerator installed at Pawsey

A Quantum Brilliance room-temperature, diamond-based quantum accelerator is being trialled at the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre in Perth. This is said to be the first time such a device has been located in a supercomputing facility.

Published in Hardware

ICT vendor Fujitsu has developed what it says is the world's fastest quantum computer simulator.

Published in Strategy

German-Australian quantum hardware specialist Quantum Brilliance is the commercialisation partner in a $17.5 million research project funded by the German government.

Published in IT Industry
Wednesday, 09 March 2022 10:36

QuintessenceLabs tops up capital

Australia-based quantum cybersecurity specialist QuintessenceLabs has recently raised an unspecified amount of additional capital in a round led by Chevron Technology Ventures.

Published in Deals

Sydney-based quantum technology specialist Q-Ctrl has achieved benchmark experiments showing that its autonomous error-correction techniques give a 1000x increase the likelihood of quantum computing algorithm success on real hardware.

Canberra-based quantum hardware specialist Quantum Brilliance is undertaking a research project with the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF and the University of Ulm to develop new techniques for the fabrication and control of diamond-based quantum microprocessors.

Published in Hardware

A University of Melbourne-led team of researchers may have found a way to construct quantum computers cheaply and reliably.

Published in Hardware
Friday, 05 November 2021 11:04

Q-Crtrl dramatically improves quantum error rates

Quantum control infrastructure software specialist Q-Ctrl has demonstrated that an advanced error-suppression technique increases the likelihood of quantum computing algorithm success over 2500% on real hardware.

Published in Hardware
Thursday, 26 August 2021 00:02

Quantum Brilliance raises $13 million

Australian-German full-stack quantum accelerator startup Quantum Brilliance has closed a $13 million seed investment round.

Published in Deals

IBM announced a raft of advances in artificial intelligence, hybrid cloud and quantum computing during its online Think 2021 conference this week. These innovations highlight IBM’s role in helping its clients and partners accelerate their digital transformation, return to work smarter, and build strategic ecosystems to drive better business outcomes.

Published in Cloud Computing
Wednesday, 24 March 2021 10:31

Pawsey to install diamond quantum accelerator

ANU based startup Quantum Brilliance will install the world's first diamond quantum accelerator at Perth's Pawsey Supercomputing Centre.

Published in Hardware

Countries in the Asia Pacific region are showing keen interest in quantum computing and pledging significant investments, according to one analyst firm which says that the quest for quantum computing supremacy is set to gather momentum in the next few years.

Published in Market
Tuesday, 10 December 2019 12:52

Intel reveals Horse Ridge quantum control chip

Intel Labs' newly revealed Horse Ridge cryogenic control chip will speed the development of full-stack quantum computing systems, according to the company.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

The latest 2019 TMT Predictions from Deloitte show that Australia leads the global race to adopt 5G, with eSports striding ahead, AI for better customer service, quantum computing as a major revenue opportunity and more among a wealth of other must-read prognostications.

Published in Development

The Australian Government has unveiled a new strategy which it says is aimed at developing the country’s digital skills and ensuring the benefits of technology flow to all Australians.

Published in Government Tech Policy

University of New South Wales researchers have demonstrated a compact sensor that can access information stored in electrons bringing the world one step closer to scalable quantum computing in silicon. 

Published in Space
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