Posts tagged with: IBM

China’s Quantum Leap

In this long read you’ll find answers to questions such as: What are the distinguishing features of quantum computing and what stage is development at currently? What strategies are employed...

Big Blue Plans to Deliver 4,000+ Qubit System

IBM’s work to usher in an era of practical quantum computing will leverage three pillars: robust and scalable quantum hardware; cutting-edge quantum software to orchestrate and enable accessible and powerful...

Quantum Computing Ambition: Japan Aims for 10M Users by 2030

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....

Silicon-Based Qubits Very Similar in Design to Classic Silicon Transistors

“Hot” spin quantum bits in silicon transistors   Quantum bits (qubits) are the smallest units of information in a quantum computer. Currently, one of the biggest challenges in developing this...

Quantum Supremacy vs. Quantum Advantage – And How Do We Measure These Things? (Part 8 of 8)

The final part of the eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ explains quantum advantage and quantum supremacy. These terms, developed...

The Evolving Quantum Computing Ecosystem (Part 7 of 8)

The seventh part of an eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ discusses the quantum computing ecosystem which is taking form. ...