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Jump to navigation Jump to search D-Wave Systems Inc. D-Wave is the world’s first company to sell computers which exploit quantum effects in their operation. The D-Wave One was built on early prototypes such as D-Wave’s Orion Quantum Computer. The underlying ideas for the D-Wave approach arose from experimental results in condensed matter physics, and in particular work on quantum annealing in magnets performed by Dr. In January 2017, D-Wave has released the D-Wave 2000Q and Qbsolv.
D-Wave operated as an offshoot from UBC, while maintaining ties with the Department of Physics and Astronomy. It funded academic research in quantum computing, thus building a collaborative network of research scientists. D-Wave operated from various locations in Vancouver, British Columbia, and laboratory spaces at UBC before moving to its current location in the neighboring suburb of Burnaby. D-Wave also has offices in Palo Alto and Vienna, USA. Photograph of a chip constructed by D-Wave Systems Inc.
128-qubit superconducting adiabatic quantum optimization processor, mounted in a sample holder. The first commercially produced D-Wave processor was a programmable, superconducting integrated circuit with up to 128 pair-wise coupled superconducting flux qubits. D-Wave maintains a list of peer-reviewed technical publications by their own scientists and others on their website. On February 13, 2007, D-Wave demonstrated the Orion system, running three different applications at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.