Topic: quantum

SD Times news digest: Tricentis TestProject 2.0, IBM Quantum Composer and IBM Quantum Lab, and Sonatype acquires MuseDev

The new version of Tricentis TestProject supports both hybrid cloud and offline options, which enables testing teams to securely automate web, Android, and iOS applications, and to deliver products at speed without limitations.  Version 2.0 enables users to save tests and reports on TestProject’s secure hybrid cloud and to benefit from zero server maintenance, end-to-end … continue reading

Microsoft announces the public preview of Azure Quantum

Microsoft is providing more insight into its quantum computing efforts with the public preview of Azure Quantum. The newly announced solution is a full-stack, public cloud ecosystem for quantum solutions designed to give developers, researchers, systems integrators, and customers access to diverse quantum software and hardware solutions. “The transition to Public Preview of Azure Quantum … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MIT’s quantum hackathon, Workato announces $110 million in funding for integration-led automation, and Veriton and Alteryx team up on unstructured data

MIT’s hackathon iQuHACK (interdisciplinary Quantum HACKathon) is back and it is focusing on helping participants learn what quantum computers are and how to use them. One track for this hackathon focuses on gate-based quantum computing division while the other is for quantum annealing.  The hackathon will take place between January 30th and 31st online with … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Quantum SDK updated, new Google Play Console features, Call for Code winner announced

Cambridge Quantum Computing today announced the latest 0.6 version of t|ket>, its high-performance quantum software development kit (Q-SDK), which now enables quantum circuit execution on Amazon Braket. The latest release extends the number of supported devices, simulators and development frameworks, enhances circuit optimization and noise mitigation techniques, and extends operating system support.  t|ket> works across … continue reading

Analyst View: The climb to quantum supremacy

The story of Moore’s Law describes well how computing hardware has evolved and grown in performance over the life of modern computing and how in the current era the pace of that law has saturated. The switch from single to multi-core CPUs has helped keep the curve from going completely flat, but what is creating … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon’s quantum ledger database, InfluxData’s serverless time series PaaS and ArcBlock joins Erlang Ecosystem Foundation

Amazon announced its new quantum ledger database, a fully managed service that provides a cryptographically verifiable ledger for applications that need a centralized, trusted authority to provide a verifiable record of transactions. Amazon QLDB uses an immutable transactional log, known as a journal, which tracks each and every application data change and maintains a complete … continue reading

Microsoft open sources quantum development kit

Microsoft is looking to open up the quantum ecosystem to experts, development and researchers with the announcement that its quantum development kit (QDK) is now open sourced. Microsoft hopes quantum computing will be used to help global challenges such as clean energy solutions and resource-efficient food production. It is already working with Case Western Reserve … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Microsoft teams up to teach Q#, Zendesk’s new developer capabilities and inNative for WebAssembly

Microsoft is teaming up with Brilliant.org to launch an interactive course focused on quantum computing. The course will teach quantum computing and programming in Q#, Microsoft’s quantum-tuned programming language. Students can implement advanced quantum algorithms in Q# on the web without having to download an IDE. Q# has Python integration within the course, allowing the … continue reading

Microsoft’s quantum future, Red Hat launches Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions and more — SD Times News Digest: September 26, 2017

Microsoft reveals quantum computing progress During their Ignite event in Orlando, Microsoft announced the current state of their quantum computing project led by mathematician Michael Freedman, which aims to develop the hardware and software foundation for future quantum computers. So far, the project’s most prominent development is a Visual Studio-integrated programming language that is designed … continue reading

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