Burnaby quantum computing company riding D-Wave of the future


"If you drive through Burnaby on your morning commute, you could be passing by the home of the future of computing, a future that could fundamentally change the way we interact with technology.

It’s not something you’ll see in a store window — a tiny computer chip is housed in a chamber colder than interstellar space and the system, which sells for between $10 and $15 million, is kept in a 10-metre square room.

But the work going on at Burnaby’s D-Wave Systems, creator of the world’s first quantum computers, is being showcased on the international stage with the company being featured on the cover of TIME magazine."

Read the rest of the article here.