The latest quantum computing build from IBM has hit a new milestone.
Google published research saying its 54-qubit quantum computer achieved quantum supremacy. IBM already started disputing the claim earlier this week.
IBM today announced new services aimed at education of quantum computing. These include new 5-qubit quantum systems, a feature for scheduling system time, an open-source textbook and a video series.
IBM has open-sourced the POWER ISA and key hardware reference designs, the company announced at the OpenPOWER Summit. It is also joining the Linux Foundation.
After firing over 100,000 employees, IBM is facing discrimination lawsuits accusing the company of targeting older workers to be "trendy."
IBM has developed a quantum computing-optimized algorithm that should allow for more advanced AI in the future.
IBM proved that quantum computers can solve specific problems much more efficiently than the classical computers can.
IBM has announced its Power Systems Servers, which will be the first to sport the new Power9 processor, a chip that has been in development for four years.
IBM announced that its X-Force Red security testing division will expand its services to the automotive and the iot industries.
IBM announced not one, but two new quantum computers, each with 16 and 17 qubits, respectively. The two may be the most powerful universal quantum computers in the world right now.
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IBM launched access to its five-qubit universal quantum computer to give students and developers an opportunity to experiment with building applications for quantum computers.
IBM has finished its first noise-free laboratories at the Binnig and Rohrer Nanotechnology centers in Zurich, Switzerland.