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IBM Debuts Next-Gen Quantum Heron Processor & System Two

IBM Debuts Next-Gen Quantum Processor & System Two, Advances Quantum Utility

Introducing “IBM Quantum Heron” and “IBM Quantum System Two”

New York, Dec. 4, 2023 – IBM’s annual Quantum Summit in New York has been a stage for a significant technological revelation. IBM (NYSE: IBM) proudly introduced the ‘IBM Quantum Heron,’ marking a new chapter in the journey of quantum computing. This latest series of utility-scale quantum processors emerges as a groundbreaking development, promising IBM’s most outstanding performance metrics and the lowest error rates of any IBM Quantum processor thus far.

The Revolutionary IBM Quantum System Two

In a parallel stride, IBM unveiled the IBM Quantum System Two, a first-of-its-kind modular quantum computer. This innovation stands as the cornerstone of IBM’s quantum-centric supercomputing architecture. “We are firmly within the era in which quantum computers are being used as a tool to explore new frontiers of science,” commented Dario Gil, IBM SVP and Director of Research. The launch of this system in Yorktown Heights, New York, equipped with three IBM Heron processors, sets a new benchmark in the field of quantum computing.

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At IBM Quantum Summit 2023 IBM Quantum Heron was released as IBMs best performing quantum processor to date with newly built architecture offering up to five fold improvement in error reduction Credit Ryan Lavine for IBM

A New Horizon: IBM’s Extended Quantum Development Roadmap

With an ambitious vision, IBM extends its IBM Quantum Development Roadmap to 2033. This expansion is driven by the goal to enhance the quality of gate operations in quantum computing, thereby amplifying the capabilities and size of quantum circuits, and unlocking the vast potential of quantum computing on a larger scale.

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At IBM Quantum Summit 2023 the company extended the IBM Quantum Development Roadmap to 2033 and has established an IBM Quantum Innovation Roadmap through 2029 Credit IBM

IBM’s Quantum Software Evolution: Qiskit and Generative AI

IBM is also trailblazing in quantum software with the evolution of its software stack, including Qiskit 1.0, emphasizing stability and speed. Introducing Qiskit Patterns, IBM is set to democratize the landscape of quantum computing development. This initiative, in conjunction with Quantum Serverless, enables developers to seamlessly integrate classical and quantum computation in their workflows. Moreover, IBM is pioneering the use of generative AI in quantum code programming with its watsonx platform, which aims to revolutionize how quantum algorithms are developed.

Conclusion: Stepping Into a New Era of Quantum Computing

IBM’s latest advancements in quantum computing, from the ‘IBM Quantum Heron’ processors to the ‘IBM Quantum System Two’, signify a monumental leap in technology. As we witness these developments, we are not just looking at the future of computing but are actively stepping into it. These innovations will undoubtedly reshape how we approach complex problems in fields like chemistry, physics, and materials science.

We invite our readers to share their thoughts and perspectives on these exciting developments. How do you see quantum computing impacting your field or industry? Join the conversation in the comments below, and let’s explore together the endless possibilities that IBM’s quantum computing advancements hold for our future.

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