QBTS) demonstrates large-scale coherent quantum glow

D-Wave Quantum (NYSE: QBTS), a leading provider of quantum computing systems, software and services, is focused on delivering customer value through practical quantum applications to problems such as logistics, artificial intelligence, materials science, drug discovery, scheduling and error detection, and financial modeling and is the only vendor to produce both glow and gate model quantum computers. Through its products, the company is unlocking commercial use cases for optimization today while developing the technologies that enable new solutions for tomorrow.

Quantum annealing technology is a quantum computing method used to find the optimal solution to problems with many possible solutions by exploiting properties specific to quantum physics. Quantum annealing uses a cooling process where temperature is replaced with quantum energy and the lowest energy state (global minimum) is found through the annealing process.

D-Wave has demonstrated coherent evolution through a quantum phase transition in the paradigmatic environment of a 1D transverse field Ising chain using up to 2,000 superconducting flux qubits in a programmable quantum annealer. Experiments conducted by the company and recently published in Nature Physics show that large quantum annealers can be operated coherently and can pave the way to exploiting coherent dynamics in quantum optimization, machine learning and simulation tasks.

The company has concluded that by tuning the parameters of a programmable quantum glow, it has simulated quantum-critical phenomena in 1D chains of up to 2,000 spins. The results form the basis to support coherent quantum simulation on a previously unattainable scale. The experimental results provide insight into the coherence expected to support D-Wave’s development of temper- and gate-based quantum computers.

D-Wave annealing and gate-based computing represent two different approaches to applying quantum technology to provide solutions to the problems being processed. The company’s relentless pursuit of practical quantum computing has resulted in the technology being used by some of the world’s most progressive companies today – more than 25 of the Forbes Global 2000 trust D-Wave’s quantum computing technology to solve some of their biggest computing problems .

D-Wave’s commercial customers include blue chip industry leaders such as Volkswagen, Accenture, BBVA, NEC Corporation, Save-On-Foods, DENSO and Lockheed Martin. The company has an extensive IP portfolio with over 200 issued US patents and over 100 peer-reviewed articles published in leading scholarly journals. For more information on D-Wave customer success stories, visit https://www.dwavesys.com/learn/customer-success-stories/.

The company’s current commercial product offerings include Advantage(TM) (fifth generation quantum computing), Leap(TM) (quantum cloud service), Launch(TM) (quantum computing onboarding service) and Ocean(TM) (full suite of open source programming tools).

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