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[Inside HPC] IBM rolls out Quantum Computer for Commercial Use

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Today IBM unveiled IBM Q System One, the world’s first integrated universal approximate quantum computing system designed for scientific and commercial use. IBM also announced plans to open its first IBM Q Quantum Computation Center for commercial clients in Poughkeepsie, New York in 2019.
I thought this was interesting i guess they are finally out of top secret programs. I remember when the thought of these was like science fiction, yeah i am old.

https://insidehpc.com/2019/01/ibm-ro...ommercial-use/

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IBM says this is a "universal quantum computer", but is it? We need a lot more info about this. This is most likely more than D-Wave's quantum annealing computer system, but I wonder if it really is an actual quantum computer yet.

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More importantly can it crack all known ciphers while running Crysis at the same time?
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You guys are forgetting raytracing!
It just works!
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More importantly can it crack all known ciphers while running Crysis at the same time?

Forget about ciphers. Let's start with: "But can it run Crysis ?"
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I thought this was interesting i guess they are finally out of top secret programs. I remember when the thought of these was like science fiction, yeah i am old.

https://insidehpc.com/2019/01/ibm-ro...ommercial-use/
"approximate quantum computing"

If I want to approximate something I don't need a quantum computer, just fuzzy logic.
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Quote: Originally Posted by profundido View Post
Forget about ciphers. Let's start with: "But can it run Crysis ?"
You're way out of date... "But can it run Lumberyard?"
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