What’s Next in Quantum is quantum-centric
A key factor in classical supercomputing is the intersection of communication and computation. The same holds true for quantum. Quantum-centric supercomputing utilizes a modular architecture to enable scaling. It combines quantum communication and computation to increase system capacity, and uses a hybrid cloud middleware to seamlessly integrate quantum and classical workflows. To realize this next wave in quantum we are building a new system called Quantum System Two. See our quantum development roadmap
IBM offers cloud access to the most advanced quantum computers available. Learn, develop, and run programs with our quantum applications and systems.
- Technical noteDolph Mathews
- Quantum Software
- Quantum Systems
- ExplainerAndrew Wack and David McKay
- Quantum Research
- ExplainerRobert Davis
- ResearchRyan Mandelbaum, Robert Davis, Jennifer Janechek, and Rafi Letzter
- NewsRay Harishankar and Lory Thorpe
- Quantum Safe
- NewsMike Murphy
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Qiskit is an open-source SDK for working with quantum computers at the level of pulses, circuits, and application modules.