IBM's Q System One is the world's first commercial quantum computer

One of the patents filed from India went to IBM inventors Shivali Agarwal Gaargi B Dasgupta Shripad J Nadgowda and Tapan K Nayak

One of the patents filed from India went to IBM inventors Shivali Agarwal Gaargi B Dasgupta Shripad J Nadgowda and Tapan K Nayak

IBM investors from India earned over 800 patents - the second highest contributor to the company's global record of 9,100 patents in the U.S. in 2018 - with almost half in the fields of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cloud computing, cyber security, Blockchain and Quantum Computing.

BIG BLUE IBM has announced the world's first integrated quantum computing system designed for commercial use.

And now it's done it.

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The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show is now ongoing in Las Vegas, and United States tech giant IBM has just unveiled its latest creation with the first ever quantum computer designed for commercial use, the IBM Q System One.

The physical design of the machine is deliberately futuristic.

Q System One also boasts being the first "universal approximate superconducting quantum computers to operate beyond the confines of the research lab".

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That all sounds impressive, but it's the design of the system that caught INQ's attention.

Designed by IBM scientists, systems engineers and industrial designers, IBM Q System One has a "sophisticated, modular and compact design optimised for stability, reliability and continuous commercial use". The device sits in a striking 2.7-metre cube crafted from 1.27-centimetre thick borosilicate glass forming a sealed, airtight enclosure.

"This new system is critical in expanding quantum computing beyond the walls of the research lab as we work to develop practical quantum applications for business and science", said Arvind Krishna, senior vice president of Hybrid Cloud and director of IBM Research.

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The announcement comes after IBM unveiled a prototype commercial quantum computer in 2017.

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