Over the past couple of years, scientists conducted numerous research projects. In order to determine the exceptional capability of the supercomputer from quantum technology.
Thanks to the new partnerships with the University of Chicago, global leaders in technology. Also, education will be able to leverage the benefits of high-performance quantum computing.
Not to mention, they can also fuel the industry with the transfer of quantum computing, network-related information, and many more.
The University of Chicago finalized the agreement with the top two companies in the world to seek help in terms of quantum computing on May 21. The first one is the 10-year $100 million donation from IBM and the second one is the $50 million donation from Google.
The University of Tokyo, as well as the University of Chicago, will develop the perfect blueprints to develop a supercomputer powered by 100,000 qubits. The second partnership from Google will help them develop a fault-tolerant quantum computer. So that they can retain the quantum workforce in the future.
How This Donation Will Help the University?
Vice President of IBM Quantum, Jay Gambetta, stated that quantum-centric supercomputing will tap into quantum computing and modular architecture, thanks to the donation.
He also stated that both universities will advance through numerous aspects of quantum architecture as well as classical workloads. This will also include hybrid cloud middleware for quantum computing.
Even though quantum-centric computing is a relatively newer approach to the field, the areas of high-performance computing are undoubtedly promising.
Upon partnering with the University of Chicago, the University of Tokyo as well as the global ecosystem will work for the next decade to boost the effectiveness of the underlying technologies.
President of the University of Chicago, Paul Alivisatos, stated that both universities will be able to achieve breakthroughs while also collaborating with other parts of the world.
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