The future is quantum


IBM Q is an industry first initiative to build universal quantum computers for business and science. Our cross-disciplinary team is developing scalable quantum systems, and potential applications for the technology we make available today. IBM Q quantum devices are accessed using Qiskit, a modular, open-source programming framework. A worldwide network of Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions, and startups use IBM Q technology and collaborate with IBM Research to advance quantum computing.

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From Science to System

Making the World’s First Integrated Quantum System

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Latest IBM Q news and research

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Quantum advantage with shallow circuits

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Join the Quantum Community

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We Have Winners! … of the IBM Qiskit Developer Challenge

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Understanding the Complexity of Quantum Circuit Compilation

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Hello Quantum: The Making of a Seriously Fun Quantum Game

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Domain Experts, Welcome to Quantum: Introducing QISKit AQUA

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Teach Me QISKit: We have a winner!

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First IBM Q Hub in Asia to Spur Academic, Commercial Quantum Ecosystem

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An Open High-Performance Simulator for Quantum Circuits

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IBM Collaborating With Top Startups to Accelerate Quantum Computing

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think 2019

Access the Future Today: Quantum Computing

IBM’s Dario Gil will discuss this radically different approach to computing built on the laws of quantum mechanics and how the roadmap for mainstream adoption of this new technology is being forged today by IBM in collaboration with a global community across business, academia and research.

Live stream details will be available here on Tuesday, Feb. 12 12:30-1:10 pm PT


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