belongs to Australia Pawsey Supercomputer Research Center (Pawsey) and Canada Pen have agreed to work together to test hybrid classical/quantum computing. The two will team up to see how the Setonix Pawsey supercomputer can work in an integrated workflow with the Xanadu photonic quantum processor. The agreement will also take effect PennyLane, Xanadu’s open source software framework for quantum machine learning, quantum chemistry, and quantum computing. A major focus will also be on facilitating the education of Pawsey researchers so they can gain expertise in harnessing quantum technologies. Pawsey has other agreements with quantum hardware providers. Last year, Pawsey installed a small diamond-based NV processor from Quantum Brilliance to explore how supercomputers and quantum processors could seamlessly integrate together for hybrid classical/quantum computing. A news release with additional information about the Pawsey/Xanadu partnership is available on the Pawsey website Here.
May 10, 2023