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    Indiana Team First to Test Sandia’s Open-Access Quantum Computer

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    Sandia National Laboratories’ Quantum Scientific Computing Open User Testbed, or QSCOUT, is now operational and ready for public use. Scientists from Indiana University recently became the first team to use the system.

    QSCOUT aims to address the issue of limited access to quantum computer technology, which, while poised to become a major driver of innovation and research, is technology to which very few universities or companies have access. QSCOUT will allow scientists to conduct research that may not be possible at their home institutions without the cost or restrictions associated with the use of a commercial test bed.
    Sandia National Laboratories physicist Susan Clark leads the team that built the Quantum Scientific…

    Mar, 19 2021 |

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