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Lockheed Martin and D-Wave collaboration

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On May 25, 2011, Lockheed Martin signed a multi-year contract with D-Wave Systems to realize the benefits based upon a quantum annealing processor applied to some of Lockheed’s most challenging computation problems. The contract included purchase of the D-Wave One quantum computer, maintenance, and associated professional services.[44]

In May 2013 it was announced that a collaboration between NASA, Google and the USRA launched a Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing Division at Ames Research Center in California, using a 512-qubit D-Wave Two that would be used for research into machine learning, among other fields of study.[18][51]

Research Areas

Accelerator Physics

Astrophysics

Atomic Physics

Biophysics

Condensed Matter Physics

Cosmology

General Relativity

Nuclear Physics

Particle Physics

Soft Matter Research

Research Groups

Enrico Fermi Institute

James Franck Institute

Kadanoff Center

Kavli Institute

Materials Research Center

Chicago Quantum Exchange

Argonne

Fermilab

Accelerator Physics

Astrophysics

Atomic Physics

Biophysics

Computational Physics

Cosmology

Experimental Physics

General Relativity

Hard Condensed Matter

Nuclear Physics

Particle Physics

Quantum Information

Soft Matter Physics

Theoretical Physics

D-Wave Systems

D-Wave Systems, Inc. is a Canadian quantum computing company, based in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. D-Wave was the world’s first company to sell computers to exploit quantum effects in their operation.[2] D-Wave’s early customers include Lockheed Martin, University of Southern California, Google/NASA and Los Alamos National Lab.

In 2015, D-Wave’s 2X Quantum Computer with more than 1,000 qubits was installed at the Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab at NASA Ames Research Center. They have subsequently shipped systems with 2,048 qubits. In 2019, D-Wave announced a 5000 qubit system available mid-2020, using their new Pegasus chip with 15 connections per qubit.[3][4]

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