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IBM’s Quantum Roadmap Points Toward 1,000-Qubit Quantum Computer by 2023

IBM said it's quantum roadmap has a big pin stuck in 2023 for a 1,000-qubit quantum computer, according to the IBM blog. In the blog,...

TQD Exclusive Interview: Quantum Pioneer John Martinis Still Wants to Build...

John Martinis, professor of physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara, may have moved on from Google’s quantum computer project, but he hasn’t...

TQD Exclusive: A Detailed Review of Qubit Implementations for Quantum Computing

This piece provides a short introduction to the various qubit implementations that are being developed to advance quantum computing. It covers a short reminder...

IBM now has 18 Quantum Computers on the IBM Cloud

IBM has reported that it now has 18 quantum systems on its IBM Cloud, a material step up from the same time last year....

Oxford Quantum Circuits-led consortium wins Grant to Boost Quantum Technologies in...

Innovate UK awards Oxford Quantum Circuits-led consortium the largest ever Government grant aimed at the commercialisation of superconducting quantum technologies, and positions the UK...

Introduction to Qubits: Part 2

In the last section we covered the basics of qubits and introduced the concept of logical and physical qubits. In this section we will...

Superconducting material could make quantum computers super-useful

We know that quantum computers can work. That’s not the problem. The issue is finding materials that make these devices more useful and practical....