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A quantum computer differs from classical computing. Faster than conventional computer and can able to perform difficult task. Present problems of world like environment and various disease needs faster simulation of various results. As such Quantum is essential for next generation.

A German company and the computer group IBM have signed an agreement to advance research on quantum computers in Germany. For this purpose, an IBM quantum computer of the ” Q System One ” series is to be stationed in the company’s data center near Stuttgart. It will be the first of its kind in Europe. Technology, application scenarios and algorithms are to be researched under the umbrella of the Fraunhofer Society. In addition, competence is to be built up in business and science in Germany, thereby creating international competitive advantages.

Superposition and entanglement are two phenomena of Quantum computing . In Quantum entanglement, quantum states of two or more objects have to be described with reference to each other, even though the individual objects may be spatially separated There are two types of quantum computing, analog and digital. In digital quantum computer used logic gates for computation work.

In Quantum computing, certain problems can be solved faster. Complex algebraic problem can be resolved easily. Will be good in field of research and can contribute new inventions.

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