Intel said it had developed a low-temperature control chip called horse ridge, which would make quantum computing more commercially viable.According to Intel, qutech, a research partner of Intel Labs and TU Delft, can now use horse ridge to control multiple qubits and allow for greater system expansion.
Quantum computing is a hot research area. IBM launched commercial systems and computing centers on CES last year. In the early industry and IBM's competition, Google claimed a quantum advantage. Amazon's Web Services outline a quantum market. However, the demand for quantum computing means that most of the consumption will be realized through the cloud.