I understand that in addition to D-Wave's quantum annealer, there have been other unconventional (although non-quantum) Ising solvers like the one from Toshiba, Fujitsu, the Coherent Ising machine, etc.

Which of these annealers perform best on, say, the travelling salesman problem ? Has there been any demonstrated advantage for any of these (including D-Wave's) over classical approaches ?


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