Sen. Luján Tours Los Alamos And Sandia National Labs, Highlights Need To Pass U.S. Innovation & Competition Act

Sen. Luján Tours Los Alamos And Sandia National…

[ad_1] Luján tours LANL and SNL today, highlighting the need to pass the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act. Courtesy photo From the Office of U.S. Sen. Ben Ray Luján: ALBUQUERQUE – U.S. Sen. Ben Ray…

LANL Joins IBM Q Network To Explore Quantum…

[ad_1] Los Alamos National Laboratory announced Friday at CES 2020 that it is joining the cloud-based IBM Q Network. Photo Courtesy LANL   LANL NEWS Using 53-qubit chip will help push quantum simulations past the…

Los Alamos National Laboratory joins IBM Q Network…

[ad_1] Los Alamos National Laboratory announced today at CES 2020 that it is joining the cloud-based IBM Q Network. LOS ALAMOS, N.M., Jan. 9, 2020—Los Alamos National Laboratory announced today at CES 2020 that it…

The Los Alamos nuclear weapons lab just bought…

[ad_1] The Los Alamos nuclear weapons lab just bought a 5,000-qubit quantum computer Credit: D-Wave today announced its next generation “Advantage” quantum computer system. It’ll pack a whopping 5,000 qubits and myriad improvements to processing…

NMC Announces 2020 Summer School Opportunities – Los…

[ad_1] Summer schools for 2020 have been announced by the New Mexico Consortium. Courtesy photo NEW MEXICO CONSORTIUM NEWS National Security Education Center (NSEC) and other Los Alamos National Laboratory summer schools for 2020 include…

Los Alamos National Laboratory is buying a 5,000-qubit quantum computer from D-Wave

Los Alamos National Laboratory is buying a 5,000-qubit…

[ad_1] Forward-looking: D-Wave Systems has announced that they will be providing Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) with a state-of-the-art 5,000-qubit quantum computer. This computer will allow LANL to solve problems that traditional computers just aren't…

The Los Alamos nuclear weapons lab just bought a 5,000-qubit quantum computer

The Los Alamos nuclear weapons lab just bought…

[ad_1] D-Wave today announced its next generation “Advantage” quantum computer system. It’ll pack a whopping 5,000 qubits and myriad improvements to processing speed and power. And the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico will be…