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IBM’s First Quantum Computer Outside of the United States Goes Live

By ET Bureau - June 16, 2021 1 Mins Read

IBMs First Quantum Computer Outside of the United States Goes Live

IBM has unveiled the first quantum computer that it has physically built outside of its New York-based data centers, five years after making its first five-qubit quantum processor available for users to access through the cloud.

Scientists from Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute have presented the IBM Quantum System One, the country’s first superconducting quantum computer, which Big Blue was commissioned to construct specifically for the Fraunhofer Institute.

The partnership between Fraunhofer and IBM was signed last year, kicking off a global expansion for Big Blue’s quantum hardware.

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