By David Petersson
October 7, 2019
The quantum world is strange and fascinating. It explains some of the mysteries in our world, and it breaks the barriers for current processing powers. Contrary to current computers, which rely on bits, quantum computers use quantum bits, or qubits. The difference is qubits can be superpositioned -- i.e., they can be both zero and one, and all points in between, at the same time. This feature brings quantum computers their inherent parallelism, which allows them to work on millions of operations at once, thus, making them more powerful than today's most advanced supercomputers.
Info-Tech Research Group’s research director Adib Ghubril shares insights on advances and innovation in quantum technology in this TechTarget article.
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