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  • Quantum Outlook 2020
    2020 will be a watershed year for the Quantum Revolution. There will be surprising early applications, though previously over-hyped timelines may leave some disappointed. Geopolitical considerations will be hard to ignore as major national programmes set out their stalls. The chill winds of a quantum winter may threaten some, but ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowDecember 16, 2019
  • Quantum Hardware Outlook 2020
    2019 saw Google finally demonstrate quantum supremacy. Competitors such as IBM reminded us that this was just an opening skirmish in what will be a long campaign. In 2020 we will see paths divide as competing companies and technologies face-up to the quantum chasm blocking the way to large scale ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowDecember 16, 2019
  • Quantum Software Outlook 2020
    In 2020 everyone will want to persuade you to join their quantum software camp. Not everyone will come away happy. Huddling round the community fire may be a good way to keep the chills of quantum winter at bay. Making camp Everyone knows how lucrative controlling the software playing field ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowDecember 16, 2019
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  • Intel and QuTech Unveil Details of First Cryogenic Quantum Computing Control Chip, ‘Horse Ridge’
    Stefano Pellerano, principal engineer at Intel Labs, holds Horse Ridge. The new cryogenic control chip will speed development of full-stack quantum computing systems, marking a milestone in the development of a commercially viable quantum computer. (Credit: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation)» Click for full imageWhat’s New: Intel Labs, in collaboration with QuTech ‑ ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumFebruary 18, 2020
  • Intel Introduces ‘Horse Ridge’ to Enable Commercially Viable Quantum Computers
    Stefano Pellerano, principal engineer at Intel Labs, holds Horse Ridge. The new cryogenic control chip will speed development of full-stack quantum computing systems, marking a milestone in the development of a commercially viable quantum computer. (Credit: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation)» Click for full imageWhat’s New: Intel Labs today unveiled what is believed ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumDecember 9, 2019
  • What It Will Take to Make Quantum Computers Practical
    By Jim Clarke As the marathon to achieve the promise of quantum computing edges forward one step at a time, researchers are making incredible discoveries in the lab. But moving from lab scale to the real world will require demonstrating quantum practicality – the moment this transformative technology makes the leap from ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumDecember 9, 2019
  • Why More Software Development Needs to Go to the Machines
    Justin Gottschlich of Intel Labs leads a team of machine programming researchers. Their aim is to automate software development to reduce coding errors and address a shortage of trained expert programmers. (Credit: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation)» Click for full imageOur expert: Justin Gottschlich leads the Machine Programming Research (MPR) team in ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumOctober 25, 2019
  • Lenovo and Intel Extend HPC and AI Collaboration with the Flatiron Institute
    Lenovo and Intel power this reconstruction of the visual system of a tiny wasp, which required 500GB of RAM. (Credit: Flatiron Institute/CCB, Janelia Farm/HHMI, Micro Insect Lab/Moscow State University)» Click for full imageWhat’s New: Lenovo and Intel today discussed how their joint technology collaboration to accelerate the convergence of high-performance computing ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumOctober 9, 2019
  • Intel Xeon Scalable Processors Drive Advanced Research in World’s Fastest Academic Supercomputer
    What’s new: Today, Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin), the National Science Foundation (NSF), Dell Technologies and other science and technology partners gathered to unveil Frontera, the fifth most powerful supercomputer in the world and the fastest in academia. Based ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumSeptember 3, 2019
  • Navigating Intel’s Future in Technology and Computing
    Rich Uhlig, Intel senior fellow and managing director of Intel Labs, is shown in an Intel Labs workspace where neuromorphic computing is studied in Hillsboro, Oregon. (Credit: Walden Kirsch/Intel Corporation)» Download all images (ZIP, 3 MB)Rich Uhlig, Intel senior fellow and managing director of Intel Labs, is shown with Intel ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumMay 21, 2019
  • Intel Executive Leads Artificial Intelligence Researchers Linking AI to Quantum Physics Insight
    Intel Senior Vice President and Mobileye CEO Prof. Amnon Shashua speaks Wednesday, March 13, 2019, at the Science of Deep Learning Conference hosted by The National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. A computer science research group led by Shashua from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has mathematically proven that ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumMarch 13, 2019
  • Intel Spotlights Research in Silicon Spin Qubits and Quantum Applications Development at American Physical Society
    A 2018 photo shows Intel’s new quantum computing chip balanced on a pencil eraser. Researchers started testing this “spin qubit chip” at the extremely low temperatures necessary for quantum computing: about 460 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. Intel projects that qubit-based quantum computers, which operate based on the behaviors of single ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumMarch 4, 2019
  • Intel Drives Development of Quantum Cryoprober with Bluefors and Afore to Accelerate Quantum Computing
    Built by Intel, Bluefors and Afore, the first Cryogenic Wafer Prober is a cryoprober tool designed to test and validate qubits needed for quantum computing. The Cryogenic Wafer Prober allows researchers to test qubits on 300mm wafers down to temperatures of a few kelvins, making it a first-of-its-kind testing tool ... read more
    Source: Intel Newsroom – News on QuantumFebruary 28, 2019

 

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In 2015, Intel established a collaborative relationship with QuTech to accelerate advancements in quantum computing. The collaboration spans the entire quantum system — or “stack” — from qubit devices to the hardware and software architecture required to control these devices as well as quantum applications. All of these elements are essential to advancing quantum computing from research to reality.

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