Date: 6 months ago   Category: Gadgets

IBM showed the first commercial quantum computer


This system can be used in research and business applications. The name of the computer is IBM Q. IBM presented the first commercial quantum IBM Q computer at an exhibition of CES 2019 electronics. This 20-kubitny system unites both quantum, and classical computing components on the uniform platform. Writes Techcrunch about it. The system presented to IBM large-size also takes very many place. However its advantage - an opportunity to make "turnkey" quantum calculations. The basic configuration also turns on the cooling system. A shortcoming is that car power for commercial applications insufficient. However the producer considers this attempt as the trial step, and notes that "iron" KK can be updated over time. The creator is also proud of design of the product which represents the air-tight square "box" reaching three meters in width. At the same time in the center there is "chandelier" for quantum calculations. Earlier it was reported that the American engineers created "the most tiny in the world" the computer. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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