Designing and developing a sophisticated and complex computer application is a challenging, expensive, and risky proposition. A quantum application with quantum algorithms even more so. The availability of configurable packaged quantum solutions can make the process of exploiting quantum computing significantly less challenging, less expensive, and less risky. In short…

Near-perfect qubit is a vague and ambiguous but useful term in quantum computing for describing qubit fidelity. It is somewhere between a noisy qubit and a perfect logical qubit or fault-tolerant qubit, no longer so noisy, but still not quite as perfect as with full quantum error correction (QEC). In…

Despite the great progress in development of quantum computing in recent years, much research is still very much needed on all fronts of quantum computing, and quantum information science overall, before the field is truly ready for commercialization and deployment of production-scale production-quality practical real-world applications to address production-scale real-world…

Jack Krupansky

Freelance Consultant

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