IBM just unveiled a 'quantum computing system' for commercial use

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2019 in Las Vegas, IBM introduced Q System One, billed as the integrated quantum computing system for commercial use. IBM, along with other big tech firms such as Google, Microsoft and Intel, is working toward a universal, scalable quantum computer, which will be capable of solving a lot of problems without needing specialization - moving technologists past the limits of current classical and supercomputers. "We'll see quantum computing's first impact in the areas of chemistry and science".

We reached out to IBM with a host of questions regarding the Q System - like whether IBM intends to make more than one of these systems, and what the pricing structure will be for commercial use - and Dr. The designing work of the machine was also accomplished by United Kingdom industrial and interior design studios Map Project Office and Milan-based museum display case manufacturer Goppion, and Universal Design Studio. The company has also said that out of all the received patents, more than 3,000 patents are related to work in artificial intelligence, cloud and quantum computing.

IBM assembled a world-class team of industrial designers, architects, and manufacturers to work alongside IBM Research scientists and systems engineers to design IBM Q System One, including United Kingdom industrial and interior design studios Map Project Office and Universal Design Studio, and Goppion, a Milan-based manufacturer of high-end museum display cases that protect some of the world's most precious art including the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, and the Crown Jewels at the Tower of London.

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"This is something IBM brings to the market that no one else really does". At this lab, clients can use IBM's cloud-based quantum computing systems, as well as other high performance computing systems. The device sits in a striking 2.7-metre cube crafted from 1.27-centimetre thick borosilicate glass forming a sealed, airtight enclosure. For example, future applications for quantum computing may include untangling the complexity of molecular and chemical interactions leading to the discovery of new medicines, or finding and developing new materials for automotive application through quantum chemistry. The company says the glass door now opens effortlessly making it easier for owners to maintain and upgrade, with reduced downtime.

The Q System One communicates with the outside world through classical computing equipment that runs alongside the qubits.

Hybrid execution of quantum algorithms in an isolated, secure environment that is accessible through the cloud. The company intends to open a commercial center for quantum computing clients this year in Poughkeepsie, New York. They quickly lose their special quantum properties, typically within 100 microseconds (for state-of-the-art superconducting qubits), due in part to electromagnetic environment, vibrations, and temperature fluctuations.

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