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Cleveland Clinic Selected as Founding Partner in Quantum Computing Center of Greater Washington, D.C.

Cleveland Clinic Selected as Founding Partner in Quantum Computing Center of Greater Washington, D.C.

Newswise — September 30, 2022, CLEVELAND: The Cleveland Clinic has been selected as a founding partner and lead healthcare system in a new initiative to drive collaboration and innovation in the quantum computing industry. Based in Greater Washington, DC, Connected DMV and a cross-industry coalition of partners are developing the new Life Sciences and Healthcare …

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Cleveland Clinic Selected as Founding Partner in Quantum Computing Center of Greater Washington, D.C.

Cleveland Clinic Selected as Founding Partner in Quantum Computing Center of Greater Washington, D.C.

Newswise — September 30, 2022, CLEVELAND: The Cleveland Clinic has been selected as a founding partner and lead healthcare system in a new initiative to drive collaboration and innovation in the quantum computing industry. Based in Greater Washington, DC, Connected DMV and a cross-industry coalition of partners are developing the new Life Sciences and Healthcare …

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Software, not hardware, will drive quantum and neuromorphic computing

Software, not hardware, will drive quantum and neuromorphic computing

In emerging computing fields like quantum computing and neuromorphic computing, hardware typically gets the lion’s share of the attention. You can see systems and the chips that drive them, talk about qubits and computing that simulates how the human brain works, sort through speeds and fluxes, talk about interconnects, power consumption and transistors, and imagine …

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For a very long time: Quantum computing engineers are setting a new standard for silicon chip performance

For a very long time: Quantum computing engineers are setting a new standard for silicon chip performance

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Two milliseconds – or two thousandths of a second – is an extraordinarily long time in the world of quantum computing. On these time scales, a blink of an eye – to a 10th of a second – is like an eternity. Now a team of researchers from UNSW Sydney have …

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For a very long time: Quantum computing engineers are setting a new standard for silicon chip performance

For a very long time: Quantum computing engineers are setting a new standard for silicon chip performance

Two milliseconds – or two thousandths of a second – is an extraordinarily long time in the world of quantum computing. On these time scales, a blink of an eye – to a 10th of a second – is like an eternity. Now a team of researchers from UNSW Sydney have broken new ground by …

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New superconducting qubit testbed benefits development of quantum information science

New superconducting qubit testbed benefits development of quantum information science

If you’ve ever tried to carry on a conversation in a noisy room, you’ll be able to relate to scientists and engineers trying to “hear” signals from experimental quantum computing devices called qubits. These basic units of quantum computers are at the beginning of their development and remain capricious, subject to all kinds of interference. …

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Data structures for quantum computing

© Siarhei Yurchanka Robert Wille, Professor at the Technical University of Munich and the Software Competence Center, discusses the key to data structures when solving quantum computing problems Quantum computing solves some important problems that were beyond the reach of classical computers. However, developing applications for this new and upcoming technology has proven to be …

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Tracing uncertainty: Google harnesses quantum mechanics in a California lab

Tracing uncertainty: Google harnesses quantum mechanics in a California lab

Google has about 20 quantum computers in its Santa Barbara lab, where Dr. Erik Lucero and his team are trying to forge the future of computing. Outside, the warm September sun warms an idyllic coast as California enjoys another perfect day. Inside, it’s minus 460 degrees Fahrenheit (-273 degrees Celsius) in places, pockets of cold …

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Tracing uncertainty: Google harnesses quantum mechanics in a California lab

Tracing uncertainty: Google harnesses quantum mechanics in a California lab

Published on: 09/29/2022 – 04:08Amended: 09/29/2022 – 04:07 Goleta (United States) (AFP) – Outside, the warm September sun warms an idyllic coast as California enjoys another perfect day. Inside, it’s minus 460 degrees Fahrenheit (-273 degrees Celsius) in some places, pockets of cold bristling with the impossible physics of quantum mechanics – a science in …

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Oxford Quantum Circuits partners with Cyxtera to improve accessibility to quantum computers

Oxford Quantum Circuits partners with Cyxtera to improve accessibility to quantum computers

LONDON & MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oxford Quantum Circuits (OQC), Europe’s leader in quantum computing, and Cyxtera (NASDAQ: CYXT), a global leader in data center interconnect and colocation services, today announced that customers will soon have access to quantum computing as a service through Cyxtera’s Reading Data Center Campus LHR3. This partnership will mark the world’s first integration …

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