By ET Bureau - December 29, 2021 1 Mins Read
Recent quantum computer advancements indicate progress, but not enough to justify years of hyperbole. An emerging view argues that the much-publicized quest for more quantum qubits and quantum supremacy may be eclipsed by a more pragmatic mission to make effective use of the qubits that is available now.
The latter view is shared by D-Wave Devices Inc., a quantum computing pioneer based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, which recently revealed its roadmap for development on logic gate-model quantum computing systems.
The acceptance of gates by D-Wave is noteworthy. Currently, the firm is mainly focused on quantum annealing processors. It claims to have attained superconducting qubit processor counts using the probabilistic approach, that outpaces most others. The company’s most recent Advantage system has 5,000 qubits. This is much ahead of the 127-qubit device announced by IBM in November.
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