IBM Q System One. Twenty quantum bits [qubits] and a nice form, without the laboratory.…Japan plans to bring into service its first homegrown quantum computer by the end of March next year and have 10 million people using the technology by 2030…

…Under a strategy unveiled Tuesday, the government sees wide-spread adoption of the technology by the private sector as key to keeping up with the fierce global race for technological dominance…

…Quantum cryptographic communications are expected to make eavesdropping virtually impossible. The government seeks to encourage companies to exploit this technology for new services and products…

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