Quantum Moore’s Law

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From the invention of the transistor in 1947, technological progress in their design and manufacture has been exponential. The well-known Moore’s law observes that the number of transistors which can be squeezed onto a silicon chip doubles about every two … Read More

VQC Demo Released

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We have released a demo of our VirtualQC! Whereas the best general-purpose quantum simulators can only simulate up to around 50 qubits, our quantum emulator utilises the structure of quantum algorithms to allow up to 205 qubits to be emulated … Read More

New Paper Published

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We have published a new paper describing a new quantum algorithm for chemistry calculations on a quantum computer. Our paper generalises an earlier hybrid quantum-classical algorithm named the Variational Quantum Eigensolver by modifying its quantum subroutine. Our modification enables any quantum … Read More

Innovate UK Grant

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Riverlane has been awarded a competitive Innovate UK grant to develop Quantum Collective Knowledge in collaboration with dividiti. Quantum Collective Knowledge (QCK) is a product that enables businesses to be ready for the revolution in computing power offered by quantum … Read More

Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology Note

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Quantum technologies use the behaviour of matter and light that is normally only observed at very small scales. Steve contributed to a POSTnote introducing recent advances, applications, and UK initiatives to support their development and commercialisation, published today. It also … Read More