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China Mobile, China Electronics Technology Group Corp Launch Nation’s Largest Quantum Cloud

China Quantum Cloud

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  • Two of China’s communication giants say they have launched the nation’s biggest quantum computing in a cloud platform.
  • China Mobile and China Electronics Technology Group Corp (CETGC) say this brings practical quantum computing closer.
  • The companies unveiled the plan at the 2023 China Computational Conference in Yinchuan.

China Mobile and China Electronics Technology Group Corp (CETGC) report they launched China’s largest quantum cloud computing platform. This marks a critical step forward in the practical application of quantum computing, a technology that holds the promise of transforming industries and solving complex problems, according to company officials.

According to China’s Global Times, this groundbreaking platform introduces a remarkable innovation in the field – the convergence of quantum and general computing power, a first of its kind in the industry. China Mobile emphasized that this platform embodies a fusion of quantum capabilities and conventional computing prowess, making it a pioneering achievement.

Unveiled at the 2023 China Computational Conference in Yinchuan, Northwest China’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, this platform capitalizes on CETGC’s expertise in developing 20-qubit quantum computing chips. This technological synergy has resulted in an environment where advanced 20-qubit quantum computers are accessible to users, offering them a testing ground for quantum fusion computing.

One of the platform’s notable features is its utility for researchers, businesses, and educational institutions. The quantum computing cloud platform provides an avenue for quantum algorithm experiments and extends public access to universities and other organizations, as reported by The Global Times.

Under the umbrella of China Mobile’s cloud services, this platform opens up public quantum computing cloud services, effectively creating an open quantum testing environment. It simplifies the process of interfacing with quantum computers, streamlining tasks with a single click. This capability positions the platform to swiftly address intricate computing challenges in diverse fields, including artificial intelligence, biomedicine, intelligent transportation, and aerospace.

The key differentiator between quantum and classical computing lies in the use of quantum qubits, which can exist in a superposition of both 0 and 1 states. This unique attribute empowers quantum computers to process equations and algorithms at speeds that outpace classical counterparts.

In collaboration, China Mobile and CETGC have achieved a remarkable feat, propelling quantum computing from laboratory experimentation to practical application. This quantum cloud computing platform represents a substantial leap forward in the technological landscape, one that underscores the rapid progress occurring in the field. With its integration of quantum and general computing capabilities, it holds the potential to revolutionize how we approach computation, offering a glimpse into a future where quantum computing becomes an integral part of everyday problem-solving.

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