IBM Q System One

IBM Quantum System One
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IBM Quantum System from Ehningen, Germany
DeveloperIBM Research
ManufacturerIBM
TypeQuantum computer
Release dateJanuary 2019 (2019-01)
Websiteresearch.ibm.com/interactive/system-one/

IBM Q System One is the first circuit-based commercial quantum computer, introduced by IBM in January 2019.[1][2][3]

This integrated quantum computing system is housed in a 2.7x2.7x2.7 m[2] airtight glass cube that maintains a controlled physical environment.[2] The cylinder protruding from the ceiling in the center is a dilution refrigerator, containing a 20-qubit transmon quantum processor.[1][4] It was tested for the first time in the summer of 2018, for two weeks, in Milan, Italy.

IBM Q System One was developed by IBM Research, with assistance from the Map Project Office and Universal Design Studio. CERN, ExxonMobil, Fermilab, Argonne National Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are among the clients signed up to access the system remotely.[5][6]

From April 6 to May 31, 2019, the Boston Museum of Science hosted an exhibit featuring a replica of the IBM Q System One.[7][8] On June 15, 2021, IBM deployed the first unit of Q System One in Germany at its headquarters in Ehningen.[9]

  1. ^ a b "IBM Quantum Update: Q System One Launch, New Collaborators, and QC Center Plans". HPCwire. 10 January 2019.
  2. ^ a b c Chan, Rosalie (2019-01-13). "IBM unveils the world's first quantum computer that businesses can actually use to solve previously impossible problems". Business Insider.
  3. ^ Coleman, Lauren deLisa (2019-01-09). "CES 2019: Why IBM CEO Ginni Rometty's Opening Address Delivers". Forbes.
  4. ^ Gambetta, Jay; Sheldon, Sarah (March 4, 2019). "Cramming More Power Into a Quantum Device". IBM research blog. Retrieved 2022-03-23.
  5. ^ "IBM Q System One". Map Project Office. Retrieved 2019-02-18.
  6. ^ "Map, Universal Design Studio and IBM collaborate on world-first commercial quantum computer". Dezeen. 2019-01-11. Retrieved 2019-02-18.
  7. ^ Sutor, Bob (2019-04-05). "Quantum's Night at the Museum – of Science Boston". IBM Research Blog. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
  8. ^ "NanoDays: Exhibit of IBM Q System One". boston.com. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
  9. ^ "IBM unveils first quantum computer in Germany". Deutsche Welle. 2021-06-16. Retrieved 2021-06-16.

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