Sign In

Communications of the ACM

ACM News

A New Quantum Computing Method is 2,500% More Efficient

View as: Print Mobile App Share:
Depiction of a highly advanced computing network.

Said Q-CTRL CEO and founder Michael J. Biercuk, "This is the most powerful error-suppression technology ever demonstrated, and delivers an enormous competitive advantage to users."

Credit: XH4D / iStock

A depiction of a highly advanced computing network.

We just moved years closer to viable quantum computers.

A company has revealed the results of benchmarking experiments that demonstrate how an advanced error-suppression method increased the probability of success for quantum computing algorithms to succeed on real hardware, according to a press release shared with Interesting Engineering via email.

And the new method increased the likelihood of success by an unprecedented 2,500%.

From Interesting Engineering
View Full Article



No entries found

Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account