IBM claims that it has developed a quantum processor that can process 127 qubits

 IBM CEO Arvind Krishna (Arvind Krishna) revealed to Axios that IBM has developed a quantum processor that can deal with traditional computers that can’t complete or Simulate complex information.

IBM said that the new Eagle processor can handle 127 qubits, which is an indicator of quantum computing power.

With more than 100 qubits, IBM said it has reached a milestone, enabling quantum computers to surpass the capabilities of traditional computers.

 June this year, IBM launched Europe's first quantum computer in Stuttgart, Germany. This quantum computer has 27 qubits and is named "IBM Q System One".

In addition, in July, Japan's IBM and the University of Tokyo announced that commercial quantum computers have been put into use, which is the first time in Japan.

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