IBM unveils its 433 qubit Osprey quantum computer
- For now, we have to make do with significantly smaller systems and today, IBM announced the launch of its Osprey quantum processor, which features 433 qubits, up from the 127 qubits of its 2021 Eagle processor.
- This work will prove foundational for the coming era of quantum-centric supercomputing.”Image Credits: IBMIBM’s quantum roadmap includes two additional stages — the 1,121-qubit Condor and 1,386-qubit Flamingo processors in 2023 and 2024 — before it plans to hit the 4,000-qubit stage with its Kookaburra processor in 2025.
- “We are continuously scaling up and advancing our quantum technology across hardware, software and classical integration to meet the biggest challenges of our time, in conjunction with our partners and clients worldwide.
- IBM wants to scale up its quantum computers to over 4,000 qubits by 2025 — but we’re not quite there yet.
IBM wants to scale up its quantum computers to over 4,000 qubits by 2025 but were not quite there yet. For now, we have to make do with significantly smaller systems and today, IBM announced the l [+1852 chars]