If you haven't followed what this company has been doing, you probably don't understand my trepidations at posting about it here - but I do want to hear reaction to Professor Matthias Troyer test results from this sector of the Physics community. It involves "Engineering", "Quantum Physics", and probably a few other things - but I think it has the closest tie to "Quantum Physics". Professor Matthias Troyer published his article in arXiv and it is now been carried in Science. I have read about the article, but not the article itself. He was testing the latest D-Wave quantum computer processor against a conventional computer. The bottom line is that he could not find any significant computational advantage to the D-Wave machine.