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The world's first fault-tolerant quantum computer: release date and new features

QuEra has successfully reduced the qubit error rate and will launch its first commercially available computer this year.

Quantum computers with error correction

Reducing errors using logical qubits

Quantum entanglement-connected qubits significantly reduce errors in quantum computers. Using logical qubits, data is stored in different places, which expands computing capabilities.

The world s first fault tolerant quantum computer release date and new features

Launch of the new QuEra machine

At the end of 2024, the new QuEra machine will be launched with 256 physical and 10 logical qubits. This was announced following the publication of a paper in the journal Nature in which researchers from Harvard, QuEra and other institutions demonstrated a working quantum computer with 48 logical qubits.

The world s first fault tolerant quantum computer release date and new features

Error Correction in Quantum Computers

QuEra introduces the first quantum error correction machine. While the computer itself is not powerful enough, it provides a platform for testing code for future quantum computers.

The world s first fault tolerant quantum computer release date and new features

Conventional computers store information in bits with values of 0 or 1, while quantum computers use qubits, which can be a superposition 0 and 1. Qubits can be entangled and exist in multiple states at the same time, allowing them to perform calculations faster than classical computers. However, qubits are error-prone, and correcting them becomes necessary to combat high failure rates.

Quantum Noise Reduction

QuEra's new error correction system is based on data redundancy, where the same piece of data is stored in multiple places. Logical qubits perform the same calculations on multiple physical qubits, significantly reducing error rates.

The world s first fault tolerant quantum computer release date and new features

To create a logic qubit, researchers apply error-correcting computer code to regular qubits. The qubits are then coupled using quantum gates and “syndromes” are calculated to detect errors and correct them.

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  • QuEra is a quantum computer company.
  • Nature is a journal that publishes an article by researchers from Harvard, QuEra and other institutions.

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What is QuEra?

QuEra is a quantum computer company.

How did QuEra reduce its qubit error rate?

QuEra has reduced qubit error rates with logic qubits. Logical qubits store data in different places, which can significantly reduce the number of errors in quantum computers.

When will the new QuEra machine be launched?

The new QuEra machine with 256 physical and 10 logical qubits will be launched at the end of 2024. This was announced following the publication of a paper in the journal Nature in which researchers demonstrated a working quantum computer with 48 logical qubits.

What is quantum error correction?

QuEra introduces the first quantum error correction machine. This allows the computer to provide a platform for testing the code of future quantum computers.

How does QuEra reduce quantum noise and correct errors?

QuEra uses an error correction system based on data redundancy. Logical qubits perform the same calculations on multiple physical qubits, greatly reducing error rates. To create a logic qubit, researchers apply error-correcting computer code to regular qubits and link them together using quantum gates. “Syndromes” are then calculated to determine whether errors exist and correct them.

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QuEra is preparing to launch the first commercially available fault-tolerant quantum computer with 256 physical and 10 logical qubits. Find out how logic qubits can dramatically reduce error rates in quantum computers and why it's important.
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