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Software will become the final key to unlocking quantum computing power

7
November
,
2021
Dr. Tim Sandle

A new report suggests China might be winning the race to build the most powerful quantum computers, based on the development of a 66-qubit programmable superconducting quantum computing system. This feat was performed at Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale of the University of Science and Technology of China.

There remains, however, a key piece of the quantum ‘arms race’ that is yet to be won, and few technologists have made advances towards it. This centres on software, according to Nir Minerbi, who is CEO at the company Classiq.

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A new report suggests China might be winning the race to build the most powerful quantum computers, based on the development of a 66-qubit programmable superconducting quantum computing system. This feat was performed at Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale of the University of Science and Technology of China.

There remains, however, a key piece of the quantum ‘arms race’ that is yet to be won, and few technologists have made advances towards it. This centres on software, according to Nir Minerbi, who is CEO at the company Classiq.

Read the full article on Digital Journal

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