On May 18th, it was reported that Chinese researchers from Anhui Province Quantum Computing Engineering Research Center have successfully developed a domestically produced ultra-low temperature sensor for quantum computing. The researchers vividly call it the "quantum chip thermometer".
Recently, Anhui Quantum Computing Engineering Research Center of China successfully developed the country's first quantum chip high vacuum storage box and has put it into use. Researchers have called it a "quantum chip refrigerator".
“Qian Shi”, Baidu’s industry-level superconducting quantum computer, incorporates its hardware platform with the company's home-grown software stack.
TuringQ, a photonic quantum computing company, announced on Monday the completion of its third round of Pre-A+ financing.
TuringQ, a developer of optical quantum chips and optical quantum computers in China, announced that it had completed the Pre-A round of financing worth several hundred million yuan.
Since the beginning of this year, quantum computing has attracted vast attention, with an increasing number of companies competing for leadership in the field. Today, Baidu announced its establishment of the Institute for Quantum Computing. It plans to establish world-class standards within the next five years and gradually integrate quantum computing into its business.