IBM has revealed an ambitious quantum computing roadmap, which includes building a 1,121-qubit machine in 2023.
Independent quantum computing company Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) has become the first hub to join the IBM Q Network.
A landmark interdisciplinary project focusing on the assurance of quantum random number generators has been awarded £2.8m from the UK government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.
They say technology moves in dog years and it’s not hard to see why.
The market for IT infrastructure equipment will be dominated by increased options for customers’ data management and increased demand for solutions that serve specific workloads.
Big data has emerged in response to the exponential growth in data.
Almost three-quarters (73%) of cybersecurity professionals expect quantum computing to crack today’s encryption within the next five years, according to a survey by Neustar International Security Council (NISC).
UK business investment in quantum computing is expected to triple over the next five years, according to the CBI and Accenture Tech Tracker survey.
Google has shed light on its claims that it has reached quantum supremacy, but not everyone is in agreement.
Scientists from The National University of Science and Technology (MISIS) have launched the first prototype quantum computer that uses superconducting materials to overcome key issues holding the development of quantum computers back.
New research could bring scientists one step closer to creating fully functional quantum computers.
Scientists have simulated a quantum computer on a classical computer, providing greater insight into how the emerging technology works.
Technology giant IBM has unveiled a range of tools to help businesses be safe in the age of quantum computing, including the world’s first quantum-safe tape drive.
A superconductor material that has to potential to overcome one of the biggest issues preventing quantum computers from becoming commercially viable has been found by scientists.
Quantum computers are often considered the next great advance in the computing space, with potential benefits for chemistry, artificial intelligence, cryptography and a host of other fields.
For the first time in history, scientists have successfully taken a photo of a type of quantum entanglement known as Bell entanglement, which Albert Einstein famously described as “spooky action at a distance”.
Quantum computing remains years off as a commercial reality.
IBM has achieved a new milestone in its attempts to bring quantum computing to the masses, having announced that it has achieved its highest quantum volume to date at the 2019 American Physical Society March Meeting.
IBM has unveiled a standalone commercially viable quantum computer in an effort to reinvigorate its brand reputation and drag its share price out of the doldrums.
ExxonMobil has become the first energy company to join IBM to work on using quantum computing in its energy and manufacturing technologies.
In the race to build the world’s first universal quantum computer, the UK government has announced that it will invest funds in a new National Quantum Computing Centre.
In just two short years, IBM has almost single handedly brought quantum computing out of academia and into the hands of anyone with access to the internet.
Scientists in Australia have claimed a major breakthrough in the race to build the next generation of superfast computers using quantum physics.
Google and Microsoft, two of the big technology firms in a race to build quantum computers, are set to announce major scientific milestones this week.
Tech giants from Google to IBM are getting revved up over quantum computing for its ability to massively speed up cloud computing systems.
You’ve probably heard of quantum computing, even if you don’t fully understand it.
I would compare the threat of quantum computing to that of a nuclear weapon -- Andersen Cheng, the chief executive and co-founder of London-based startup, Post Quantum.