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How to prevent a quantum revolution roadblock

26
October
,
2021
Nir Minberbi

Hardware development is reaching new heights. And an increasing number of enterprises are entering the quantum computing field, establishing software teams to experiment and develop novel quantum algorithms to benefit from this revolution.

There is no doubt that to deliver the true benefits of quantum computers, quantum hardware needs to scale to hundreds, thousands and even millions of coherent qubits. And if IBM, Honeywell, IonQ and other brave hardware providers deliver on their promises, in early 2022 we’ll have machines with over 100 qubits, growing to thousands of qubits in two to three years.

Are we collectively ready for such a computer? And is hardware scale-up the only thing that might delay the quantum spring? Nir Minerbi, CEO of Classiq believes the answer is: NO.

Read the reasons why in the full article on Inside Quantum Technology

Hardware development is reaching new heights. And an increasing number of enterprises are entering the quantum computing field, establishing software teams to experiment and develop novel quantum algorithms to benefit from this revolution.

There is no doubt that to deliver the true benefits of quantum computers, quantum hardware needs to scale to hundreds, thousands and even millions of coherent qubits. And if IBM, Honeywell, IonQ and other brave hardware providers deliver on their promises, in early 2022 we’ll have machines with over 100 qubits, growing to thousands of qubits in two to three years.

Are we collectively ready for such a computer? And is hardware scale-up the only thing that might delay the quantum spring? Nir Minerbi, CEO of Classiq believes the answer is: NO.

Read the reasons why in the full article on Inside Quantum Technology

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