How to use quantum computing to make more money with quantum computers
When IBM first unveiled its quantum computer in 2015, its chief executive, Ginni Rometty, called it the “ultimate supercomputer.”
The computer is capable of performing calculations at speeds that rival those of the most powerful supercomputers.
Now, Romett says that, with quantum computing capabilities, IBM can build computers with supercomputing power that will run on quantum hardware and software that’s designed to be superfast.
It’s the kind of breakthrough that’s been called a “qubit” and “qubits.”
IBM has been working on quantum computers for about a decade now.
But it hasn’t been able to convince governments and other industries to put money into the field.
In November, IBM announced it was buying the quantum chip maker Cray for $27 billion.
That’s a massive amount of money for a company that’s only been in business for just over a decade.
But with quantum technology in the public eye, there’s a growing interest in the technology, says Mark Zaid, chief executive of the Internet of Things and blockchain startup BitGo.
The technology could help companies like BitGo to create faster, cheaper versions of the quantum computing chips that were used to power quantum computers.
The company’s working on a quantum computer chip that could be used in quantum processors, but it hasn