Introducing a New Generation of Signal Generators for Quantum Computing

Introducing a New Generation of Signal Generators for Quantum Computing
The continuous advancement of quantum computing has led to an ever-increasing need for supporting technologies. Figure 1. Image Credit: Zurich Instruments Ever since IBM announced a 65-qubit machine1 together with the software development kits and cloud access to quantum machines, the attractive potentials of various applications of quantum computing appear much more achievable than ever.2 But leveraging the power of a quantum computer implies the ability to control the qubits with the help of a signal generator. The signal generator helps program pulse sequences to serve as a control device that can modify a qubit’s state as required, which forms the basis for logical operations. To this end, Zurich Instruments has designed the SHFSG Signal Generator—the first-ever solution for qubit control available on the market. SHFSG Signal...

Dell Technologies Powers AI and Edge Computing with Next Generation PowerEdge Servers

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Dell Technologies refreshes Dell EMC PowerEdge portfolio with 17 next-generation servers, enabling companies to analyze and take action on data wherever it resides New Dell EMC PowerEdge XE8545 and R750xa deliver accelerator-optimized performance to help businesses tackle their most data-intensive workloads From manufacturing to end of life, enhanced security and cyber-resilient innovations protect servers through their full lifecycle Energy efficiency improved by up to 60% compared to previous server generation1 As-a-Service options offer consumption flexibility to consume and as-a-Service payment options for compute solutions Full storyDell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) ushers in the next generation of computing with its most powerful and secure Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio. With the new servers, Dell Technologies is charting the path...

Dell Technologies Powers AI and Edge Computing with Next Generation PowerEdge Servers

Dell Technologies Powers AI and Edge Computing with Next Generation
March 17, 2021 — Dell Technologies ushers in the next generation of computing with its most powerful and secure Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio. With the new servers, Dell Technologies is charting the path toward autonomous infrastructure to offer greater IT efficiency, embrace AI and address the demands of IT at the edge. The world’s best-selling server portfolio provides the power needed to gain and act on real-time insights from data wherever it may reside—from core data centers to public clouds and edge locations. Reimagined with 17 new PowerEdge servers and bolstered by 1,100 Dell-owned or filed U.S. patents, the new servers deliver their highest performance to date. “Data is being created and used in more places than ever before, and organizations are challenged to act on it as quickly as possible,” said Jeff Boudreau,...

Why distributed cloud is the next generation of cloud computing

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By David SmithGartner, Inc. Cloud computing promises that customers will gain advantages from several key propositions: shifting the responsibility and work of running hardware and software infrastructure to cloud providers, leveraging the economics of cloud elasticity, benefiting from the pace of innovation in sync with public cloud providers, and more. Yet some organizations hesitate to commit to a total migration to the public cloud model.  These enterprises use a combination — or hybrid — of private-cloud-inspired and public cloud styles of computing. Hybrid cloud, however, breaks these aforementioned value propositions: One part of a hybrid cloud is architected, owned, controlled and operated by the customer and the other by the public cloud provider. The customer retains responsibility for their part of the operation but cannot leverage...