And that is actually been made under a 12 qubit system according to which there would be some classical parts to the computer and the rest would be the single quantum parts which are used in a machine in the uses like machine operations, businesses and research purposes.
The compact, modular, and sophisticated design of IBM Q System One is for stability, reliability, and continuous commercial use. "We've looked at all the important factors in building a quantum chip that will allow us to expand the system to more qubits and make them work efficiently and with fewer errors." said Bob Sutor, vice president of IBM Q Strategy. For the first time ever, IBM Q System One enables universal approximate superconducting quantum computers to operate beyond the confines of the research lab. It includes quantum hardware design for repeatable and predictable high-quality qubits (or quantum bits), cryogenic engineering to maintain cold temperature and an isolated environment, high-precision electronics to control large numbers of qubits, and secure cloud access alongside hybrid execution of quantum algorithms.
The IBM Q Network is the world's first community of Fortune 500 companies, startups, academic institutions and research labs working with IBM to advance quantum computing and explore practical applications for business and science. It tapped the expertise of 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.
This computer is basically created to solve those problems which couldn't be solved by the simple systems and the company also states that this quantum computer holds the system which is till upgradable and could be changed for positive changes and could be easily maintained. IBM touts the Q as the "world's first fully integrated universal quantum computing system".More news: Fabregas finally joins Monaco for £10m
She said that quantum computing will be embraced by such industries as chemistry and materials, logistics and risk management, where calculations are so complicated that much of the work is done now based on approximations.
To make IBM Q System One possible, the technology company gathered what it thinks are the best of the breed of architects, industrial designers, and manufacturers to work with IBM Research scientists and engineers.
At the same time, company officials also said they plan to open the IBM Q Quantum Computation Center for commercial clients later this year in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
IBM said the system's qubits managed a coherence time of 75 microseconds. But the systems company created history at the CES 2019 floor on January 8, 2019.More news: Ruth Bader Ginsburg's recovery "on track", no sign of remaining cancer
Obviously, the Q isn't the most powerful quantum computer out there.
The system includes a nine-foot-tall, nine-foot-wide case of half-inch thick borosilicate glass and is a 20-qubit quantum computer. Independent aluminum and steel frames both unify and decouple the system's cryostat, control electronics and outside casing to avoid the vibration that can affect the qubits. The age of the current PCs and super computers are starting to reach their limits and, I'm not saying now, but maybe in the next 50 years this limit will be reached making quantum computers their successor.
ExxonMobil, CERN, Argonne National Laboratory, Fermilab, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory join the IBM Q Network.More news: Vets create hissssstory removing 500 ticks from python in Australia