Quantinuum Released Its System Model H2

Quantinuum released its System Model H2, the highest-performing quantum computer ever built, according to Quantinuum. The H2 quantum processor has enabled the controlled creation and manipulation of non-Abelian anyons, essential for the development of topological qubits and fault-tolerant quantum computers. Scientists from Quantinuum, in collaboration with researchers from Harvard University and Caltech, demonstrated a new state of matter called a non-Abelian topologically ordered state. The H2 processor features 32 fully-connected, high-fidelity qubits and an all-new architecture that advances the System Model H1’s linear design. The H2 processor launches with a Quantum Volume of 65,536, surpassing the last record announced using the H1-1 in February.

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Paul Smith-Goodson is the Moor Insights & Strategy Vice President and Principal Analyst for quantum computing and artificial intelligence.  His early interest in quantum began while working on a joint AT&T and Bell Labs project and, during 360 overviews of Murray Hill advanced projects, Peter Shor provided an overview of his ground-breaking research in quantum error correction. 

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