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D wave

a positive or negative deflection in the electroretinogram occurring when a light stimulus is removed (off-response).
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IBM is competing with Alphabet's Google, Microsoft, Intel, Canadian firm D-Wave Systems and California-based Rigetti Computing, as well as a number of other start-ups to commercialise the technology.
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Colin P.Williams, Director of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships at D-Wave Systems Inc, a leader in the development of the first quantum computers, claimed that Quantum technology was already outpacing Moore's Law and presented the latest special-purpose Quantum computing machines already being used.
D-Wave Systems - one of the few companies currently developing viable quantum computers - announced details of its new 2,000-qubit processer Wednesday.
While IBM's current system contains just five qubits, it's a fundamentally different type of computer than the D-Wave systems.
At that time, he was Executive Vice President of Research & Development at D-Wave Systems Inc., Vancouver, BC, Canada, and was extremely excited to be part of building future supercomputing products based on quantum computing technology.As a consummate engineer, Bill's ambition was to create computing tools that would make life on this planet better.
The University of Maryland has a 20-qubit system, and D-Wave Systems, located near Vancouver, B.C., built a 128-qubit computer (the D-Wave One) that it sold to Lockheed Martin in 2011.
Commercial quantum computing company D-Wave Systems Inc on Thursday announced that it has appointed Dr Colin P Williams as director, Business Development and Strategic Partnerships.