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Monday, 15 November 2021

IBM's new Eagle quantum processor is a 127-qubit chip unmatched by standard computers


The IBM Quantum Summit 2021 livestream is scheduled for tomorrow, but the quantum computing giant is already giving us an early look at what will be showcased during the event. Named Eagle, IBM's new 127-qubit quantum processor is supposedly the first processor that a classical supercomputer can't simulate. To put...

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