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Users have developed 200+ early quantum applications on D-Wave systems, including airline scheduling, election modeling, quantum chemistry simulation, automotive design, preventative healthcare, logistics, and much more. On Feb 27, 2020 D-Wave announced the immediate availability of Leap 2, the first …
D-Wave has been selling quantum annealing computers since 2010 and customers have built over 150 early applications on D-Wave computers. They currently sell a 2000 qubit quantum annealer but should have a 5000-5600 qubit system available in about 15 months. …
D-Wave Systems has shown its new 5000 qubit quantum annealing system that uses a vastly improved Pegasus architecture. Nextbigfuture wrote about the Pegasus architecture and the 5,640 qubit D-Wave prototype back in mid-January. D-Wave has now officially announced the 5000+ …
The first Exaflop supercomputers are just scaling up with energy efficient modifications the technologies that have enabled the 100-200 petaFlop supercomputers. Super Cool Technologies Beyond the Exaflop Supercomputer DownUnder GeoSolutions (DUG) has started making petaflop supercomputers that are much more …
Pegasus is the first fundamental change in D-Wave’s architecture since the D-Wave One. The D-Wave Two, 2X, and 2000Q all used the Chimera architecture, which had unit cells of K4,4 graphs. D-Wave machines added more qubits but the cells and …
D-Wave Systems announced a developer preview of D-Wave Hybrid, a simple, open-source hybrid workflow platform for building and running quantum-classical hybrid applications. D-Wave Hybrid will become part of the Ocean software development kit within D-Waves Leap Quantum Application Environment (QAE) …
MDR Corporation, a Japanese company located in Bunkyo Ward, Tokyo, announced the signing of an agreement with D-Wave Systems Inc., the leader in quantum computing systems and software, to use D-Waves quantum computers to develop quantum computing applications for machine …
D-Wave Systems Inc., the world’s leader in quantum computing systems and software, today announced the launch of its Quadrant business unit, formed to provide machine learning services that make state-of-the-art deep learning accessible to companies across a wide range of …
D-Wave system shows quantum computers can learn to detect particle signatures in mountains of data, but doesnt outpace conventional methods yet. A team has shown that a quantum circuit can learn to sift through reams of data from atom-smashing …
D-Wave Systems, who has commercial 2000 qubit quantum adiabatic computing systems, announced that Google, NASA, and Universities Space Research Association (USRA) have elected to upgrade their D-Wave 2X quantum computer to the new D-Wave 2000Q system, under the terms of …

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