The QODA unified programming platform is designed to help programmers incrementally add quantum acceleration to their existing applications.
With quantum threats on the horizon, the federal government is granting a major contract to a three-year-old startup to protect encrypted communications and data with quantum resilience.
While it is premature to sound the death knell for current key cryptography, there is a need now to build up skillsets in quantum computing to ensure nations have the right knowledge to combat potential threats when the technology becomes viable, says Dell CTO.
D-Wave opens up access to a prototype version of its 7,000 qubit quantum computer, Advantage2.
Two new programmes will look to bolster skillsets in quantum computing and develop quantum devices, as Singapore stresses the need to "stay ahead of malicious actors" and ensure encryption technology remains robust.
With the InQuanto platform, chemists in industries like automotive and pharmaceuticals are learning what they can do with quantum computing.
When will quantum computing move beyond experimentation? IBM CEO Arvind Krishna gives his predictions and explains how IBM intends to deliver quantum computing services to the market.
More than 310,000 active AWS customers will be able to make unlimited random number requests.
The automaker hopes the quantum machine learning services of IonQ can help it improve its 3D object detection safety systems for drivers and autonomous vehicles.
Changes made to protect against attacks that ciphertext now, in order to decrypt later.
The 2021 National Research Infrastructure Roadmap has identified priorities for future investment in Australia's national research infrastructure.
The Japanese technology giant believes its simulator can achieve double the performance of other similar machines by IBM and Intel.