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May 3, 2020

Upcoming technology will be in Quantum Computing, what is Quantum theory?

By Nirdesh Pokharel

It is not a new thing to have further inventions in science and technology every day. Because of the development of information technology, the development of new inventions does not seem to spread all over the world. The invention is further researched and discovered. New facts are coming from across the globe, which may result in research coming sooner. The subject of such research is the field of information technology. And, significant achievements have been made in this area so far. Its name is ‘Quantum Computing.’ Scientists around the world are researching quantum computing. China, meanwhile, has confirmed its successful use.

Chinese scientists have succeeded in building the world’s first quantum computing machine, developed based on the quantum principles of physics. The quantum computing machine now works 24,000 times faster than the supercomputers in the world of technology. Chinese scientists have announced this by holding a press conference.

The press conference was held at the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Science and Technology, Shanghai University of Science and Technology, China. At the same time, Chinese research has set a milestone in the long-term study of quantum computing. The world’s first computer was the size of a room. What is even more strange is that the display came only a day after the machine gave the command. Now there is a situation of tension when the file clicked on the computer does not open even for a second when the mouse is pressed. The press conference was held at the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Science and Technology, Shanghai University of Science and Technology, China.

At the same time, Chinese research has set a milestone in the long-term study of quantum computing. To solve such problems, computing machines have come in handy sizes, while laptops and desktops with SSD hard disks stored in 16 GB RAM and terabytes have come into the hands of consumers to speed up. Nearly five decades after the invention of the computer, computer-friendly speed, size, and other features have been added to the computer system. However, the gradual development of computing has now taken a big leap.

Now the age of information technology is seen to be led by quantum computing. According to researchers, quantum computing can significantly delay the data processing capacity of today’s supercomputers. The crux of quantum computing technology is the operation of many complex jelly particles, and this has been an important topic for international quantum computing research. Pan Jianwei of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lu Chaoyang, and Zhu Xiaobo of the University of Science and Technology, and Wang Haohua of Zhejiang University recently conducted a series of experiments on the control of photonic quantum bits and many more.

Have done “Quantum computers theoretically solve certain problems much faster than conventional computers,” says scientist Pan. Over the past two decades, there have been significant advances in the field of quantum machine building. The boson sampling quantum computer model is a mid-range quantum computer in the area of quantum supermassion. It has a remarkable focus. It requires less physical resources than the creation of universal optical counter computers. Those quantum machines can outperform traditional computers in specific areas. This is an important cornerstone in the field of quantum supremacy. But its challenges remain to be addressed. There will be more studies.

The boson sampling quantum computer model is a mid-range quantum computer in the field of quantum supermassion. It has a remarkable focus. It requires less physical resources than the creation of universal optical counter computers. China’s state-run ‘Xinhua’ news agency quoted Pan as saying. Last year, researchers developed the world’s best single-photon source based on semiconductor quantum points. They are now using microchips and transistors (electronic) methods to control and direct electricity that can be programmed in a photonic perspective and the considerable role of a single photon source to build the core of a multi-photo quantum computing for Boston sampling operations.

The researchers found that the prototype sampling rate was at least 24,000 times faster than internationally available competing machines. Quantum dialogues from space cannot be stolen. This is a surprising insight into the field of quantum physics. It remains to be seen how the world of tomorrow will use it. At the same time, the original quantum computing machine was the first electronic computer (ENIAC) and the first