Atos takes quantum simulator to the next level with Atos QLM E
Category: #technology  By Saipriya Iyer  Date: 2020-06-25
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Atos takes quantum simulator to the next level with Atos QLM E

Atos, one of the leading companies in digital transformation, has reportedly expanded its quantum solutions portfolio by offering Atos QLM E (Atos QLM Enhanced), the world’s best performing commercially available quantum simulator, with a new range of accelerated GPUs for its Atos Quantum Learning Machine.

Sources cite that with computer speed of up to 12 times higher, Atos QLM E paves the way for the first intermediate quantum computer to be commercially available in the next few years for an optimized digital quantity simulation (NISQ-Noisy Intermediate Quantum). NISQ devices will be important in determining the commercial potential of quantum computing.

The Atos QLM E has been designed to incorporate the V100S PCIe GPUs of NVIDIA to substantially decrease the simulation time of traditional hybrid-quantum simulations and thus allow faster progress in application testing. Researchers, students, and engineers will use some of the promising variational algorithms such as VQE and QAOA to explore further models to promote new drug discovery, address pollution with innovative materials or better climate change anticipation and severe weather phenomena, etc.

Atos QLM E is available in six configurations, ranging between 2 and 32 NVIDIA V100S PCIe GCUs. Customers of Atos QLM have the right to upgrade at any time to Atos QLM E.

Launched in 2017, Atos QLM continues to grow its consumer base and has been implemented in many countries, including Austria, Finland, France, France, India, Germany, Japan, Italy, the Netherlands, Senegal, the United Kingdom, and the US, empowering large-scale research programs in different sectors such as energy and the industry. The ambitious quantum computing program Atos was launched in November 2016 to anticipate the future of quantum computing. As a result of this effort, Atos was the first company to sell the Atos QLM offering a quantum noisy simulation machine.

Source Credit - https://atos.net/en/2020/press-release/general-press-releases_2020_06_23/atos-takes-the-most-powerful-quantum-simulator-in-the-world-to-the-next-level-with-atos-qlm-e

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Saipriya Iyer currently works as a content developer for GroundAlerts. A computer engineer by profession, she ventured into the field of writing for the love of playing with words. Having had previous experience of 3 years under her belt, she has dabbled with website ...

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