FPQAs allow the user to create a quantum processor on the fly to match the requirements of an algorithm. Read more at EE Times
Field Programmable Qubit Arrays
John Timmer of Ars Technica writes about how QuEra enables optimization through quantum effects, and can solve a growing list of problems.
Grid of atoms is both a quantum computer and an optimization solver
What is a neutral atom? And how would it work to power a quantum computer? Here's what the know about the emerging technology. By Charlotte Hu in Popular Science
How neutral atoms could help power next-gen quantum computers
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Defense Sciences Office (DSO) is issuing an Advanced Research Concept (ARC) Opportunity, inviting submissions of Abstracts for innovative exploratory research concepts in the technical domain of quantum computing applications. Contact us to partner on this program
DARPA IMPAQT program seeks proposals for practical applications for quantum computing
John Russel describes QuEra's path in HPC Wire (Nov 23, 2022)
QuEra’s Quest: Build a Flexible Neutral Atom-based Quantum Computer
Insights from our CTO about the best path to achieving relevant quantum results, as published in The Quantum Insider (Nov 15, 2022)
A different path to achieving industry-relevant results
Data Center Dynamics (11/2/2022)
QuEra quantum computer available on AWS
Boston Globe (11/2/2022)
Boston’s QuEra Computing opens