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Fujitsu Using Classical Hardware to Run Quantum Algorithms…

[ad_1] Fujitsu calls its quantum device a quantum-inspired Digital Annealer. It is classical hardware emulating systems. They are trying to solve a complex combinatorial optimization problem currently unsolvable by conventional computers in practical timeframe. Fujitsu’s…

2029 | Storage Area Network Solutions Market Deep…

[ad_1] Global Storage Area Network Solutions Market research report analyses current as well as future aspects of global market according to product type, manufacturers, geographic regions, and applications, from 2019 to 2029. The Storage Area…

Fujitsu builds ANU's new supercomputer

Fujitsu builds ANU’s new supercomputer (via Qpute.com)

[ad_1] ANU Credit: Photo 96803858 © Migzie - Dreamstime.com Fujitsu has been selected to upgrade The Australian National University's supercomputer at the Canberra institution. The new machine dubbed Gadi will replace the existing one, Raijin,…

Japanese tech giant Fujitsu picks Vancouver for global AI HQ

Japanese tech giant Fujitsu picks Vancouver for global…

[ad_1] In a sign of Vancouver’s growing presence in the artificial-intelligence segment of technology, Japanese technology giant Fujitsu has picked the city as its international headquarters for AI services.It is a relatively small beachhead at this…

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Businesses can’t wait any longer for quantum computing,…

[ad_1] Image: IDGNS Most business leaders believe arrival will speed up digital transformation Print Print Pro Read More: disruption Fujitsu quantum computing Business leaders are impatient for the arrival of quantum computing and are eager…

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Fujitsu developing ‘real quantum computer’ (via Qpute.com)

[ad_1] (Source: Stockfresh) Company is already pitching its "quantum inspired" Digital Annealer to businesses Print Print Pro Read More: Fujitsu quantum computing Fujitsu is developing a ‘real quantum computer’ the head of the company’s research…