It is always a matter of curiosity that quantum computers, which are expected to guide the future of information technology, are how they look.
These studies, which are mostly secretly done today, are turned on with this system in the 50 cubic power that IBM produces. Before we begin, let’s briefly discuss the difference between the data unit in standard computer technologies Byte and the data unit in quantum technologies. In today’s computers that normally only work with 0s and 1s, information is expressed in Byte extensions. But the Kubit data are not only 0s or 1s, they make more possibilities and combinations possible. The commands given to new computers and their decisions vary.
Quantum computers are not as big as ENIAC, which was the world’s first computer and was introduced in 1947. But they are at least as complicated as when they were produced. Computers with processing capacity in the ENIAC power are also frayed. They will get their place, probably quantum computer technologies that will shrink in less time.
There are many quantum computers built up to now. Also, China even succeeded in using two of them to quantum satellites that were positioned on the orbit in the distance, a sponge on the ground, and a photon beam.
Known as one of the most complex quantum computers ever produced, the computer on IBM’s 50 Kbits power is like that:
It is very natural that you look like the hunts of the palace at first sight. but I can bet that they are more functional. Cubitas, known as “supersize” and having superior processing capabilities than 0-1, means that a quantum computer can test or evaluate two data at the same time. The calculation power increases as cubes increase.
Introduced in November of 2017, this computer is housed in a giant white bench.
The company chose to show the details of the system in order to prove its superior success at the CES 2018 exhibition. Jeffrey Welser, IBM’s research vice president of research, says the most difficult part of the system is to isolate it from the noise. Noise refers to external factors such as intention, electronics, magnetic and heat.
Many experts in the industry have stated that this system of 50 cubits is powerful enough to prove the supremacy of quantum in the age of information. We already know that they perform far better than traditional systems. However, the thing that draws attention here is the power that can be directed to scientific activities just as China does.
Wiser’s very important statement in this regard was also the exhibition’s agenda: “The world is not classical, it’s quantum, so if you want to simulate it you need a quantum computer,”
Scientists are able to imitate the different conditions in the world through quantum computers, from stars to black holes, from remote solar systems to planets to all sorts of physical environments.
Let us present other images of this magnificent work without further ado.