GTC - NVIDIA has revealed its newest system, the NVIDIA DGX Quantum, which harnesses Quantum Machines' revolutionary architecture for high-performance and low-latency quantum-classical computing.
This groundbreaking system is the world's first GPU-accelerated quantum computing system, integrating the powerful NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchip and CUDA Quantum open-source programming model with Quantum Machines' advanced quantum control platform, OPX.
The NVIDIA DGX Quantum empowers researchers to create incredibly powerful applications by merging quantum computing with state-of-the-art classical computing. This combination enables calibration, control, quantum error correction, and hybrid algorithms.
With NVIDIA Grace Hopper connected to Quantum Machines OPX+, the DGX Quantum can deliver sub-microsecond latency between GPUs and quantum processing units (QPUs), allowing researchers to push the boundaries of quantum-classical computing.
The NVIDIA Grace Hopper system integrates a high-performance NVIDIA Hopper architecture GPU with the company's new Grace CPU, making it ideal for giant-scale AI and HPC applications.
Furthermore, NVIDIA CUDA Quantum, a unified software stack that allows integration and programming of QPUs, GPUs, and CPUs in one system, is now available in open source. The DGX Quantum also features partners integrating CUDA Quantum into their platforms, including Anyon Systems, Atom Computing, IonQ, ORCA Computing, Oxford Quantum Circuits, and QuEra for quantum hardware, as well as Agnostiq and QMware for quantum software.
Additionally, the DGX Quantum's supercomputing centers include the National Institute for Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, the IT Center for Science (CSC), and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA).
NVIDIA's DGX Quantum system, with its unparalleled computing capabilities, has the potential to revolutionize science and industry and solve some of the world's most complex problems. Watch NVIDIA's founder and CEO, Jensen Huang, discuss the DGX Quantum's capabilities.
Watch NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang discuss NVIDIA DGX Quantum and CUDA Quantum in his GTC keynote.