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Quantinuum Sets Industry Record for Hardware Performance with New Quantum Volume Milestone
Quantinuum, announced its H1 generation quantum processors set two performance records. The achievements represent a high-water mark for the quantum computing industry, based on the widely recognized QV benchmark, originally developed by IBM to reflect a quantum computer’s general capability.
New quantum sensing technique reveals magnetic connections
The ability to distinguish between standalone and correlated environments at the atomic scale could have enormous impacts in medicine, navigation and discovery science.
Satellites may enable better quantum networks
A study by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and University of Illinois researchers has demonstrated how satellites could enable more efficient, secure quantum networks.
Joseph Lukens, head of ASU’s new Quantum Networking Lab, breaks down the science and potential behind a growing field
Through a series of new initiatives, ASU is signaling its commitment to advancing quantum information science and technology, or QIST, on a national stage.
ASU Launches New Quantum Collaborative
Arizona State University has launched the Quantum Collaborative, a major 21st-century initiative poised to profoundly impact society and the American economy with new discoveries and applications in advanced quantum technology.
Three Indiana research universities to collaborate with industry and government to develop quantum technologies in new NSF-funded center
Quantum science and engineering can help save energy, speed up computation, enhance national security and defense and innovate health care. With a grant from the National Science Foundation, researchers from Purdue University, Indiana University and the University of Notre Dame will work to develop industry- and government-relevant quantum technologies as part of the Center for Quantum Technologies. Purdue will serve as the lead site. IUPUI, a joint campus of Purdue and Indiana universities in Indianapolis, will also contribute.
Giant leap toward quantum internet realized with Bell state analyzer
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, SRI International, Freedom Photonics and Purdue University have made strides toward a fully quantum internet by designing and demonstrating the first ever Bell state analyzer for frequency bin coding.
Quantum center unites Virginia Tech’s broad expertise in a vital field
As Virginia Tech’s research programs continue to expand this year, one source of momentum driving new discoveries and forging ingenious solutions to stubborn problems will be a new center dedicated to quantum research.