Qubit Technology



This table is an update of data previously published that shows which organizations are pursuing which hardware quantum computing technologies.  If you see any updates needed in this table, please let us know at info@quantumcomputingreport.com.

 

Updated December 4, 2018

 

7 Comments
Jamie Petey
@ 3:56 am

This is a very interesting table that helps me visualize the specific research into quantum computing.

Thanks for sharing this.

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Robert R. Tucci
@ 7:38 am

Fujitsu?

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    @ 10:19 am

    Fujitsu’s technology is a Digital Annealer. We do include them on the Qubit Count page along with the software simulators. But we wouldn’t include them on this page because their product is based upon classical digital technology and does not utilize any quantum mechanical phenomena like superposition or entanglement.

    Doug Finke
    Managing Editor

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Lukas
@ 10:48 am

ETH Zurich?

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    @ 9:47 am

    It seems like most of the activity at ETH Zurich is either theoretical, or software based (e.g. ProjectQ), or device level research. If you are aware of a project for a programmable quantum computer, let us know, and we will add it in.

    Doug Finke
    Managing Editor

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    @ 5:33 pm

    Thanks for mentioning this. I have added Northrop Grumman activities in adiabatic quantum computing to this table.

    Doug Finke
    Managing Editor

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