It is now only possible to use the phrase “Universal Quantum Computer” as marketing speak. A universal quantum computer’s key feature is that it combines all of the computing power of a classical computer with the computing power of a quantum computer to enable simulation of physics, particularly quantum mechanics.
The whole vision is only partially addressed by current and foreseeable quantum computers, which excludes the full conceptual capacity of a Turing machine.
The Global universal quantum computer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The German Aerospace Center awards Quix Quantum a contract to supply a Universal Quantum Computer.
The business will provide fully universal 8- and 64-qubit quantum computers based on photonics, integrating the available technologies from their processors with sources and detectors.
This marks the first ever commercial sale of light-based Universal Quantum Computers. In the context of the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative, a joint four-year project will be used to complete the customised development for the DLR.
The development of IBM’s roadmap for large-scale, useful quantum computing was unveiled. This roadmap provides information on the new modular architectures and networking that IBM quantum systems will use to support higher qubit counts.
IBM intends to continue developing an increasingly intelligent software orchestration layer to effectively distribute workloads and abstract away infrastructure challenges in order to provide them with the speed and quality required for practical quantum computing.
Three pillars will support IBM’s efforts to usher in a new era of practical quantum computing: dependable and scalable quantum hardware; cutting-edge quantum software to orchestrate and enable usable and potent quantum programs; and a large global ecosystem of quantum-ready businesses and communities.
With the Qiskit Runtime and workflows created directly in the cloud, IBM will make progress toward its objectives to create a frictionless development environment, introduce a serverless architecture into the core quantum software stack, and provide developers with cutting-edge simplicity and flexibility.
A crucial step toward achieving the intelligent and effective distribution of issues across quantum and classical systems will be made by this serverless approach.
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