The Quantum Computing Report is expanding our coverage to include deeper coverage of new technical developments in quantum technology. This section, Qnalysis (short for Quantum Technology Analysis), will include our reviews of new technical announcements and papers and include assessments of how they might impact the industry.

March 29, 2021
Research Roundup for March 2021

March 10, 2021
Social Distancing for Qubits: Linking Remote Chips for Distributed Quantum Processing

February 25, 2021
Research Roundup for February 2021

February 16, 2021
Topological is Dead. Long Live the Topological!

January 25, 2021
Research Roundup for January 2021

January 11, 2021
Amazon’s Qubits – Part 3 – Comparison with Other Technologies

January 2, 2021
Amazon’s Qubits – Part 2 – Error Correction Architecture

December 21, 2020
Amazon’s Qubits – Part 1 – Qubit Architecture

December 19, 2020
Research Roundup – A Few Quantum Research Papers We Found Interesting this Month

December 4, 2020
Chinese Quantum Computer Beats Google’s Supremacy Experiment

November 12, 2020
Comparing Honeywell’s and IonQ’s Quantum Computers: The Tale of the Tape

October 30, 2020
An Ion Trap Quantum Computer On-The-Go

October 18, 2020
Afterlife for Chemistry Simulations in Near-term Quantum Computers

October 17, 2020
Ask Not What Quantum Can Do for Machine Learning, Ask What Machine Learning Can Do for Quantum

September 27, 2020
It’s Finally Here! Fault Tolerance Demonstrated on an Ion Trap Quantum Computer

September 21, 2020
Hearsay Around Chinese Quantum Supremacy

September 17, 2020
The IF Statement Comes to Quantum Computing

September 11, 2020
Breakthrough for Topological States and What That Means for Quantum Computing

September 6, 2020
Dressed to Impress: UChicago Team Tricks Qubits into Living 10,000 Times Longer

September 6, 2020
Meet the Kerr-cat States: An Error-Resistant Solid-State Qubit