IBM says it will hit a quantum computing ‘inflection point’ by 2029

IBM announced the unveiling of its 1,121-qubit “Condor” quantum computing processor on Dec. 4th. This is the company’s largest by qubit count and, arguably, the world’s most advanced gate-based, superconducting, quantum system.

Alongside the new chip, IBM delivered an updated roadmap and a trove of information on the company’s planned endeavors in the quantum computing space.

The Condor quantum processor

The 1,121-qubit processor represents the apex of IBM’s previous roadmap. It’s preceded by 2022’s 433-qubit “Osprey” processor and by 2021’s 127-qubit “Eagle” processor.

In quantum computing terms, qubit count isn’t necessarily a measure of power or capability so…

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