Quantum Computing



Why HPE Walked Away From Quantum Computing . . . And Where It Went Instead

Brian Hopkins January 22, 2019
I’ve dedicated a fair number of research cycles to understanding quantum computers over the last 18 months because I believe they eventually will be revolutionary. That said, I think they have a long way to go, as I explain in my recent blog post about IBM’s quantum computing announcement at CES 2019. In this podcast, […]
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Beyond Moore’s Law: How Exponential Technology Will Drive Disruption

Brian Hopkins September 24, 2018
I’ve been thinking a lot about exponential technology and asking myself: “Is disruptive change due to ‘Moore’s law’ done?” Newsweek recently proclaimed, “The Future Of Technology Is Uncertain As Moore’s Law Comes To An End.” However, while most experts agree that silicon transistors will stop shrinking around 2021, this doesn’t mean Moore’s law is dead […]
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Who Should Care About Quantum Computing?

Brian Hopkins May 17, 2018
The media has been all over quantum computing for a few years now, creating muddy waters for our clients as they try to understand this conceptually difficult emerging technology. I’ve been tracking quantum computers for about five years, but I’ve kept it off the research radar because I thought it was outside the “Should clients care?” […]
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