Chinese team designs 62-qubit quantum processor with world’s largest number of superconducting qubits

Chinese team designs 62 qubit quantum processor with worlds largest number
Photo: WeiboA Chinese research team has successfully designed a 62-qubit programmable superconducting quantum processor, naming it Zu Chongzhi after the noted 5th century Chinese mathematician and astronomer. The computer contains the largest number of superconducting qubits so far in the world, and achieved two-dimensional programmable quantum walks on the system, a major milestone in the field. Experts said the study pushes the possibility of universal quantum computing through a two-dimensional quantum walk a big step forward.  The study was conducted by a research team from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), and was published Friday in Science magazine, one of the top academic journals in the world.The team designed and produced an 8x8 two-dimensional square superconducting qubit array composed of 62 functional qubits...

Akash Network, the World’s First Decentralized Cloud Computing Marketplace and the First DeCloud for DeFi, Develops Critical IBC Relayer for Inter-Blockchain Communication Protocol

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"This ability for chains to transact and interoperate will be revolutionary for the industry" Tweet this Key features for the IBC Relayer include: API Server: An end-to-end API server that allows clients to interact with IBC chains. This feature allows the Relayer to expose an RPC server that enables a user to make common queries and use all the relayer functionality against a programmatic HTTP interface, i.e. a website. This feature will also allow for remote management of relayer nodes. Improved Client-side Validations: Improved the security and robustness of the Relayer by improving client-side validations for messages. Added Support for Client, Connection, and Channel Recycling: This feature is a crucial performance enhancement for the IBC network, and reduces the number of connections needed between different servers, improving efficiency...