IBN, a multifaceted communications organization engaged in connecting public companies to the investment community, is pleased to announce the release of the latest episode of The Stock2Me Podcast as part of its sustained effort to provide specialized content distribution via widespread syndication channels.
The Stock2Me Podcast features a fascinating array of companies and individuals, many of whom are actively revolutionizing business practices within their respective markets. The latest episode features Dr. Alan Baratz, CEO of D-Wave Quantum Inc. (NYSE: QBTS), a leader in quantum computing systems, software and services that delivers customer value via practical quantum applications for computationally complex problems such as factory planning, resource allocation, job shop scheduling, labor allocation, vehicle routing, artificial intelligence, drug discovery, financial modeling and more.
During the interview, Dr. Baratz discussed his journey to becoming the CEO of D-Wave, provided an introduction to quantum computing and offered perspectives on D-Wave’s leadership in driving the commercial adoption of this emerging technology.
“Quantum computing is nothing more than using quantum mechanical effects – things like superposition, entanglement or tunneling – to solve computationally hard problems faster or better than they can be solved using classical computers. Quantum computing can be applied to both revolutionary applications, like developing designer drugs or global weather modeling, and evolutionary applications, like improving employee scheduling or autonomous vehicle routing on manufacturing plant floors. These evolutionary applications are problems that businesses are solving today; it’s just that they’re computationally so hard that businesses are using heuristics to try to come up with what they hope are ‘good enough’ solutions. With quantum computing, we’re able to deliver better solutions faster to those problems.”
“Quantum computing is crossing the chasm right now, from experimentation to enterprise usage. At D-Wave, we took a different approach to quantum computing from everybody else in the industry; we decided to start with annealing quantum computing. Annealing is a much easier technology to work with, it’s easier to scale and much less sensitive to errors. That has allowed us to become commercial today. D-Wave is actually driving adoption in the market with real customers who have applications in production today, helping to benefit their business operations. Nobody else in the quantum industry can say that.”
Join IBN’s Jonathan Keim and The Stock2Me Podcast’s latest guest to learn more about quantum computing technology, as well as some of D-Wave’s recent milestones and near-term goals.
To hear the episode and subscribe for future episodes, visit https://podcast.stock2me.com.
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About D-Wave Quantum Inc.
D-Wave is a leader in the development and delivery of quantum computing systems, software and services and is the world’s first commercial supplier of quantum computers—and the only company building both annealing quantum computers and gate-model quantum computers. Its mission is to unlock the power of quantum computing today to benefit business and society. D-Wave does this by delivering customer value with practical quantum applications for problems as diverse as logistics, artificial intelligence, materials sciences, drug discovery, scheduling, cybersecurity, fault detection and financial modelling. D-Wave’s technology has been used by some of the world’s most advanced organizations, including Mastercard, Deloitte, Davidson Technologies, ArcelorMittal, Siemens Healthineers, Unisys, NEC Corporation, Pattison Food Group Ltd., DENSO, Lockheed Martin, Forschungszentrum Jülich, University of Southern California and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.DWaveSys.com
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