Series 9 – Episode 2 – Improving quantum computer performance with new control electronics
Paige West talks with Gustavo Cancelo, Lead Engineer at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (also referred to as Fermilab) about a project that is developing new control electronics for quantum computers.
Crypto Quantique’s quantum-driven silicon IP
Crypto Quantique, a specialist in quantum-driven cyber security for the IoT, announces that the company’s QDID silicon IP block has been selected for the recently announced IntelPathfinder for RISC-V* integrated development environment.
Quantum Science win Innovate UK funding competition
Quantum Science (QS), a British nanomaterials innovator, has secured a funding win in the form of a grant from Innovate UK’s Analysis for Innovators (A4I) competition.
Quantum Science to showcase INFIQ Quantum Dot technology
UK-based nanomaterials innovator Quantum Science is set to share its expertise in cutting-edge quantum dot (QD) technology at this year’s ‘Quantum Dots: Material Innovations and Commercial Applications’ virtual event.
Quantinuum collaboration with JSR explores quantum computing for semiconductor research
Quantinuum, an integrated quantum computing company, has announced a global collaboration with materials technology specialist JSR Corporation of Japan to explore the application of quantum computing methods in semiconductor research.
Quantinuum achieves 20 fully connected qubits
Quantinuum has announced a major upgrade to its System Model H1 technology that includes expanding to 20 fully connected qubits and increasing the number of quantum operations that can be completed in parallel.
Quantum Science announces INFIQ quantum dots partnership with Nishimura Chemitech
Quantum Science has announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with Nishimra Chemitech.
CEA & partners present ‘powerful step towards industrialisation’ of linear Si quantum dot arrays
Silicon spin qubits represent one of the most promising avenues to achieving practical quantum computing, and new research into room-temperature parametric test procedures supports both their strong performance potential and the opportunities to ease their transition into manufacturing by leveraging well-characterized processes and materials from the semiconductor sector.
Future appears bright for UK’s Quantum Science
UK-headquartered global nanomaterials developer Quantum Science Ltd is experiencing rapid growth following its move to a new laboratory and offices in 2021.
BlackBerry and NXP to defend against Y2Q post-quantum cyber risk
BlackBerry announced it will provide support for quantum-resistant secure boot signatures for NXP Semiconductors’ crypto-agile S32G vehicle networking processors in a demonstration to illustrate how to mitigate the risk of potential quantum computing attacks on in-vehicle software.