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Telling it His Way: Intel’s Quantum Hardware Director Tells the Tale of the Journey to Building a True Quantum Computer

The next major “quantum leap” is probably five years away, when we have a few thousand qubits and can essentially create a logical qubit. For Intel, collaborations across the industry, research communities and academia have driven compelling discoveries in the field.  The more we explore, the more we learn, and the more we collaborate, the faster we go.

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The Evolving Quantum Computing Ecosystem (Part 7 of 8)

The seventh part of an eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ discusses the quantum computing ecosystem which is taking form. Covering quantum computing applications to quantum computing hardware providers, Russ provides a firm base to understand the quantum computing industry. The Quantum Leap is an up-and-coming blog journaling the race to quantum supremacy. Read the series here at The Qubit Report or find the complete series and more at, Quantumtech.blog. Because Quantum is Coming. Qubit

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Follow the Money…the Quantum Computing Goldrush (Part 5 of 8)

The fifth part of an eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ explains the phenomena of the quantum computing goldrush. The Quantum Leap is an up-and-coming blog journaling the race to quantum supremacy. Read the series here at The Qubit Report or find the complete series and more at, Quantumtech.blog. Because Quantum is Coming. Qubit

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Material-Design Tools Taking On Quantum Monte Carlo Methods, Approximation of the Schrodinger Equation

A multi-institutional effort that includes researchers from Argonne, Lawrence Berkeley, and Oak Ridge National Laboratories is now underway to prepare QMCPACK for deployment on forthcoming, GPU-powered exascale machines, including the ALCF’s Aurora supercomputer. The greatly expanded computational power and parallelism of exascale will enable predictive capabilities far beyond the capacity of QMCPACK’s current implementation.

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