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Distilling The Essence Of Four DAC Keynotes


Chip design and verification are facing a growing number of challenges. How they will be solved — particularly with the addition of machine learning — is a major question for the EDA industry, and it was a common theme among four keynote speakers at this month's Design Automation Conference. DAC has returned as a live event, and this year's keynotes involved the leaders of a systems comp... » read more

Week in Review: Design, Low Power


Acquisitions Renesas completed its acquisition of Reality Analytics, which specializes in embedded AI and TinyML solutions for advanced non-visual sensing in automotive, industrial and commercial products. Siemens Digital Industries Software will acquire Zona Technology, which develops aerospace simulation software. Siemens plans to integrate that software into its wXcelerator and Simcenter... » read more

Post Quantum Cryptography Is Coming


Quantum computing has made big advances in recent years and experts agree that quantum computers capable of breaking 2048-bit RSA or 256-bit ECC will be built — it’s just a matter of time. In this white paper, we discuss the security algorithms NIST has selected for Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) and their instantiation in Rambus security products. Download this white paper to learn: ... » read more

HBM-based scalable multi-FPGA emulator for Quantum Fourier Transform (QFT)


New technical paper titled "A Scalable Emulator for Quantum Fourier Transform Using Multiple-FPGAs With High-Bandwidth-Memory" from researchers at Tohoku University in Japan. Abstract: "Quantum computing is regarded as the future of computing that hopefully provides exponentially large processing power compared to the conventional digital computing. However, current quantum computers do not... » read more

Quantum Computers And CMOS Semiconductors: A Review And Future Predictions


With the advent of quantum computing, the need for peripheral fault-tolerant logic control circuitry has reached new heights. In classical computation, the unit of information is a “1” or “0”. In quantum computers, the unit of information is a qubit which can be characterized as a “0”, “1”, or a superposition of both values (known as a “superimposed state”). The control c... » read more

Finding Wafer Defects Using Quantum DL


New research paper titled "Semiconductor Defect Detection by Hybrid Classical-Quantum Deep Learning" by researchers at National Tsing Hua University. Abstract "With the rapid development of artificial intelligence and autonomous driving technology, the demand for semiconductors is projected to rise substantially. However, the massive expansion of semiconductor manufacturing and the develo... » read more

Quantum: Pairing Cooper Pairs Magnifies The Phase Fluctuations of the Ground State


New technical paper titled "Magnifying Quantum Phase Fluctuations with Cooper-Pair Pairing" from researchers at Université PSL, CNRS, Sorbonne Université, Université Paris-Diderot, Inria de Paris, PSL Research University. Abstract "Remarkably, complex assemblies of superconducting wires, electrodes, and Josephson junctions are compactly described by a handful of collective phase degrees ... » read more

Research Bits: June 8


Five-second coherence for silicon carbide qubits Researchers from the University of Chicago, National Institutes for Quantum Science and Technology, and Linköping University built a qubit from silicon carbide and was able to retain its coherence, or the length of time the quantum state persists, for over five seconds. “It’s uncommon to have quantum information preserved on these human ... » read more

Step Towards Quantum Internet: Quantum Teleportation (TU Delft)


New research paper "Qubit teleportation between non-neighbouring nodes in a quantum network" from QuTech and Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands. Abstract "Future quantum internet applications will derive their power from the ability to share quantum information across the network. Quantum teleportation allows for the reliable transfer of q... » read more

Argonne & Univ. of Chicago: Using Quantum Computers to Simulate Quantum Materials


Research study titled "Simulating the electronic structure of spin defects on quantum computers," by Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago. Abstract: "We present calculations of the ground and excited state energies of spin defects in solids carried out on a quantum computer, using a hybrid classical/quantum protocol. We focus on the negatively charged nitrogen vacancy c... » read more

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