Another company, D-Wave, has focused on building quantum annealers rather than a universal quantum computer.
Just last month, D-Wave announced Leap 2, a new quantum cloud service for building and deploying quantum applications (that’s the platform mentioned above).
It’s not surprising to see quantum resources being brought to bear against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Classical computing resources dedicated to fighting COVID-19 have spiked dramatically in recent weeks.
It is possible, however, that combining quantum and classical solutions will still lead to a faster solution than classical computing alone, and right now, every single day counts.

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