Fujitsu Research of America

Computing Lab

Fujitsu quantum-inspired technology

It is expected to take time to apply quantum computing to practical problems. Here we introduce Fujitsu Digital Annealer, a Quantum-Inspired technology currently available that specializes in combinatorial optimization problems.

The Fujitsu High-Performance Computing, exemplified by the world's fastest Fugaku supercomputer, has demonstrated impactful results in various fields, including life sciences, disaster prevention and mitigation, energy, manufacturing, basic science, and socio-economic applications. Our mission is to surpass the limits imposed by Moore's Law and von Neumann's bottleneck, pushing the boundaries of cutting-edge computing technologies.

As the Fujitsu research center for advanced computing in North America, we are forging collaborations with the University of Toronto and other leading universities in North America. Together, we aim to usher in a new era of computing power, supporting and driving future innovations.

Computing Lab

Researchers in the Computing Lab

  • Ian Elmor Lang

    Ian Elmor Lang

    Previous experience with network-on-chip
    FPGA and memory systems

  • Anh Nguyen

  • Atsushi Ike

  • Tomochika Kurita

  • Toshiyuki Ichiba

Supercomputer Fugaku


  1. Raising Compute Density of Molecular Dynamics Simulation Through Approximate Memoization- Salim Khemira, Xinyuan Wang, Anh Nguyen, Yutaka Tamiya, Makoto Taiji, Takahide Yoshikawa and Jason Anderson
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