Researchers with the Japanese Institute for Molecular Science have broken the previous record for the fastest two-qubit gate operation ever done in quantum computing.
Major technological players AMD, Intel and Nvidia have all reduced their pace of new hires in context of the worldwide economic downturn.
Chinese manufacturer YMTC has announced the third generation of its Xtacking 3D TLC technology, increasing NAND speed and density while cutting power consumption by 25%.
A recently published AMD patent shows the company has been looking into hybrid photonic-semiconductor chips for a few years.
Cloud storage provider Backblaze has shared its life expectancy numbers for HDDs as they've experienced them ever since the company opened doors back in 2013.
Samsung's 2nd gen computational SSD makes use of a Xilinx Versal FPGA from AMD to cut power consumption, CPU utilization and processing time.
Adding AMD chops to Intel's kicks in a modular approach to supercomputing, NASA's Aitken takes up a single acre of land and will unlock frontiers of data processing for the budding space agency.
Mastercard and quantum specialist D-Wave have announced a strategic partnership that aims to bring the power of quantum to financial transactions.
NAND market oversupply is now expected to hit harder than previously thought, with TrendForce revising its price drop estimates for Q3 from 3-8% to a larger 8-13%.