China has discovered the world’s most powerful quantum computer system. A research team from the University of Sciences of China in Hefei, China, has called for the discovery of a method called “Jiuzha” using light particles and phones in science magazines. All computing systems rely on a fundamental ability to store and manipulate information. Current computers manipulate individual bits, which store information as binary 0 and 1 states. Quantum computers leverage quantum mechanical phenomena to manipulate information. To do this, they rely on quantum bits or qubits.
The Chinese research team says that the world’s most powerful supercomputer can calculate 200 million years, which will be completed in a few minutes using the Jiuzha method. In reality, no quantum computer has been created yet.
However, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Amazon, Intel and many new ventures are investing huge amounts of money to reach this goal, the Anandabazar report said.
Last year, an early version of Google’s Quantum Computer received a worldwide response that allowed a supercomputer to take 10,000 years to calculate in a matter of minutes. And it used ultra-low temperature and superconducting metals.It is hoped that China will overtake other technology makers to retain the front row.
Quantum computer works extremely fast:
It is noteworthy that quantum computers work very fast, which is not possible for conventional computers. With their help, achievements are achieved in the field of physics, artificial intelligence and medicine. According to the news, this super computer is named after Jiuzhang, an ancient Chinese text of mathematics. It will take Fugaku, the world’s fastest conventional computer, 600 million years to do what this supercomputer can do in just 200 seconds.
China has invested heavily in quantum technology:
This is the second major achievement in the field of supercomputers since Google announced the creation of 53 qubit quantum computers last year. According to the report, Jiuzhang makes complex calculations by manipulating 76 photons, while Google’s quantum computer uses superconducting objects. Significantly, over the past few years, China has been investing heavily in mastering quantum technology.
Launched Quantum Communications Satellite in 2017:
In the year 2017, China launched a quantum communications satellite, which cannot be hacked and is equipped with state-of-the-art security features, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The following year, China inaugurated a 2,000-kilometer hack-proof quantum communication line between the country’s capital, Beijing, and its economic headquarters in Shanghai.