Tech News World: China Delivers Its First Practical Quantum Computer System to a Customer
John P. Mello Jr. / Tech News World / 1 February 2023
China has long been a leader in quantum computing technology, and with the delivery of their first practical quantum computer to a customer, they have cemented their status as a global player in the advanced technology sector. The Wuyan system, based on superconducting technology built by Origin Quantum Computing Technology, is the third such system to be delivered after those in Canada and the United States. Though some are skeptical of the timing of this announcement due to its potential implications for national security, it is likely a move to showcase the country’s development of cutting-edge technology to the world. China’s technological advancement in the quantum computing sector is sure to have far-reaching implications for the future.
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