Quantinuum announces the release of its System Model H2 32-qubit quantum computer, among other impressive achivements.
Category Archives: Quantum Computers
The Denver-Boulder Quantum Ecosystem
The quantum Denver-Boulder quantum ecosystem is vibrant, dynamic and growing.
What [Would/Should/Could] We Ask a Quantum Computer?
What do you think the new “killer app” will be on a Quantum Computer? What question would you like a QC to answer? I’d love to hear your ideas.
Quantum Computing with Neutral Atoms
Why the recent surge in jaw-dropping announcements by neutral atom players? Why are neutral atoms seeming to leapfrog other qubit modalities? Read the latest Quantum Leap blog post to find out.
The Quantum Space Race
Some have described the rapidly accelerating global push in Quantum Computing as a figurative “space race” given the potential reach of its computational power and its applications in drug development, logistics, material science, and its potential ability to overpower existing encryption techniques. However, this post is focused on the literal quantum space race – the increasing number of quantum devices in orbit and their profound applications.
Quantum Computing Modalities – A Qubit Primer Revisited
As noted in this post, there has been significant advancements in Quantum Computing hardware over the past year or so and I expect this momentum will continue in 2023. Presently there are QCs with 10s to 100s of qubits, and the coherence, connect-ability and control on these early machines continues to improve. There are various tradeoffs among the QC modalities, summarized in this post.
Quantum Computing “Noise”
There are several significant challenges facing QC makers today, and “noise” is one of the most difficult to overcome.
Shifting Quantum Investment Dynamics
The Quantum industry is facing a challenging investment climate which will lead to some near-term pain. Read why here.
The Metaphysics of Quantum Computing
This latest post approaches Quantum Computing from a philosophical perspective. It’s an aspect of this field that originally gripped my attention and which underlies much of why quantum mechanics conjures such non-intuitive conclusions.
A Review of ColdQuanta
Given my overall assessment of ColdQuanta including its strong IP, broad and complementary offering, and prestigious existing customers (and revenues), I am assigning the highest rating to ColdQuanta at this time, with an Alpha of 0.95 which equates to an “Exceptional performance expected.”