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IBM launches its most advanced supercomputer Osprey with 433 qubits

IBM announced its most advanced supercomputer yet, the Osprey, at the company's annual quantum computing summit in New York. Osprey has the largest qubit count of any IBM quantum processor, more...

Quantinuum, Mitsui ink quantum computing collaboration agreement for APAC including Japan

Mitsui and Quantinuum have signed a quantum computing strategic partnership to collaborate in the delivery of systems in Japan and the Asia-Pacific region.

Cleveland Clinic, IBM begin work on private sector healthcare quantum computing

Cleveland Clinic and IBM have begun deployment of the first private sector onsite, IBM-managed quantum computer in the United States, says IBM.

Quantum network between two national labs achieves record synch — Phys.org

Quantum collaboration demonstrates in Chicagoland the first steps toward functional long-distance quantum networks over deployed telecom fiber optics, opening the door to scalable quantum computing, writes John Spizzirri. Here is the link:...

Who will build Europe’s first exascale computer – and with what, and why —...

For Europe, which is minus the United Kingdom after its Brexit separation, the Forschungszentrum Jülich in Germany is that elite exascale pioneer, writes Timothy Prickett Morgan. Here is the link: https://www.nextplatform.com/2022/06/15/who-will-build-europes-first-exascale-supercomputer-and-with-what-and-why/

Advanced quantum computer made available to the public for first time — NewScientist

Jonathan Lavoie at Xanadu Quantum Technologies in Toronto, Canada, and his colleagues have built a quantum computer called Borealis that uses particles of light, or photons, travelling through a series of fibre-optic loops to solve a problem known as boson sampling, writes Alex Wilkins.

HPE to build high performance computing systems based on SiPearl’s Rhea processor

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and SiPearl have inked a partnership to jointly develop HPC solutions.

IonQ launches next gen 32 qubits quantum system

Quantum computing company IonQ has launched its latest generation of quantum systems called Forte.

Google calls for urgent switch to quantum-safe encryption as US delays — New...

A US body in charge of choosing new encryption algorithms that can withstand quantum computers has delayed announcing them due to undisclosed legal reasons, while a team at Google is calling...

HPE opening factory in the Czech Republic

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) will be building its first European factory for high performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) systems, says the company.

IBM wants its quantum supercomputers running at 4,000-plus qubits by 2025 — Engadget

IBM plans to further scale its quantum ambitions and has revised the 2020 roadmap with an even loftier goal of operating a 4,000-qubit system by 2025, writes A. Tarantola. Here is the...

IBM unveils 127-qubit quantum processor

IBM announced its new 127-quantum bit (qubit) 'Eagle' processor for quantum computing on Tuesday.

Quantum computing: IBM just created this new way to measure the speed of quantum...

Named CLOPS (Circuit Layer Operations Per Second), the metric is the first to measure the number of quantum circuits a quantum processing unit (QPU) can execute per unit of time, writes...

Cambridge Quantum releases quantum natural language processing toolkit

Cambridge Quantum has released what it calls the world's first toolkit and library for Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP).

DOE earmarks $61M for quantum information sciences

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $61 million in funding for infrastructure and research projects to advance quantum information science (QIS).