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The second generation Fujitsu Digital Annealer is now enabling organizations to make a rapid and affordable leap to solve complex combinatorial optimization problems – enabling breakthroughs in areas such as optimizing manufacturing processes, minimizing traffic congestion and enabling financial services providers to align investment portfolios against ever-changing risk landscapes. Powered by pioneering quantum-inspired technology1 , the Fujitsu Digital Annealer delivers unprecedented...  
For significant improvement over classical systems, the power of quantum computers must double every year. At the 2019 American Physical Society March Meeting, IBM (NYSE: IBM) unveiled a new scientific milestone, announcing its highest quantum volume to date. Quantum Volume is a measurement, a procedure developed by IBM, that determines how powerful a quantum computer is, accounting for both gate and measurement errors, device cross talk, as well as device connectivity and circuit compiler...  
Built by Intel, Bluefors and Afore, the first Cryogenic Wafer Prober is a cryoprober tool designed to test and validate qubits needed for quantum computing. The Cryogenic Wafer Prober allows researchers to test qubits on 300mm wafers down to temperatures of a few kelvins, making it a first-of-its-kind testing tool for quantum computing. The first Cryogenic Wafer Prober will be located at Intel’s Oregon campus. Initial data characterizing multiple Intel qubit devices from the Cryogenic Wafer...  
Technology evolution includes new processor with more qubits, increased connectivity and increased qubit coherence; as well as hybrid software and tools to deliver greater customer value and further commercial quantum application development. D-Wave Systems Inc., the leader in quantum computing systems, software, and services, today announced a preview of its next-generation quantum computing platform incorporating hardware, software, and tools to accelerate and ease the delivery of quantum...  
IonQ, the leader in trapped-ion quantum computing, announced today that its quantum computer has achieved a critical milestone: simulating the water molecule with accuracy approaching what is needed for practical applications in the promising field of computational chemistry. Water is among the most complex molecules ever simulated on a quantum computer, and the IonQ system achieved a precision far higher than published simulations by other devices. A manuscript released today on arXiv.org...  
IonQ, the pioneer developer of the world’s most powerful quantum computer, has chosen Onshape as its primary CAD and data management platform. Onshape is an all-in-one cloud design platform that combines CAD, release management, workflow, and real-time collaboration tools to speed up product development. Quantum computers harness the unusual physics of very small particles – quantum mechanics – to solve problems that are beyond the capability of conventional devices. To achieve this potential,...  
Airbus has launched a global competition in quantum computing, inviting experts to propose and develop solutions, for complex optimisation and modelisation across the full aircraft life-cycle, using newly available computing capabilities.  The Airbus Quantum Computing Challenge (AQCC) aims to take science out of the lab and into industry, by applying newly-available computing capabilities to real-life industrial cases.  With traditional computers approaching their limits, the quantum...  
IBM to Open Quantum Computation Center for Commercial Clients in Poughkeepsie, NY. At the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), IBM (NYSE: IBM) today unveiled IBM Q System One™, the world's first integrated universal approximate quantum computing system designed for scientific and commercial use. IBM also announced plans to open its first IBM Q Quantum Computation Center for commercial clients in Poughkeepsie, New York in 2019. IBM Q System One enables universal approximate superconducting...  
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