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How Quantum Computing Will Transform Government IT

The U.S. government is making major investments in quantum technology. In 2020, the Department of Energy invested $625 million into multidisciplinary Quantum Information Science Research Centers in support of the National Quantum Initiative. The Biden administration

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Why Optimization Demands Mega Processing Scale

Optimization enables businesses to be more efficient when it comes to complex, interrelated processes – like delivering products to the market, matching orders with production capabilities, scheduling large work forces, and more. We all are

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QCI in the Quantum Marketplace

We had the opportunity to share a bit about QCI and our approach to quantum computing as part of the Quantum Economic Development Commission –  QEDC, and their Quantum Marketplace.  You’ll also find insights our

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The Many Faces of Quantum Optimization

Quantum computers use alien properties of the quantum mechanical world to run computational tasks like optimization; faster, better and more efficiently than classical computers. The two flagship examples of this computational supremacy are prime factoring

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Why All Quantum Computers Are Hybrids

When you say hybrid quantum computers, most of us in the business have a pretty specific definition of what that means. It’s a consistent theme for a relatively straightforward concept; using a classical computer and

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FutureThink: Hybrid Quantum Computing

When we speak of hybrid quantum computing today, we assume we’re discussing the blending of a classical and a quantum computer. These two systems can be configured, thanks to orchestration, to work together to solve

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Oil and Gas: A Quantum Future

Oil and gas companies lose millions of dollars every day, and obviously not because of the commodity price. It’s due in some cases to the inability of these companies to effectively process the massive amounts

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