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Google recently revealed a quantum computer which they claim can solve in minutes what a problem a present-day supercomputer would need thousands of years to solve. They published their findings in a Nature article, Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processor. With this breakthrough, Google claims to have attained quantum supremacy. Prior to this, a draft …

IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced last September 18 the opening of the IBM Quantum Computation Center in New York State. The new center expands the world’s largest fleet of quantum computing systems for commercial and research activity that exist beyond the confines of experimental lab environments. The IBM Quantum Computation Center will support the growing needs of …

Designed for Hybrid Multicloud Security, Cloud-Native App Development with New Instant Recovery Feature IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced last September 12, 2019 the IBM z15™, a new enterprise platform delivering the ability to manage the privacy of customer data across hybrid multicloud environments. With z15, clients can manage who gets access to data via policy-based controls, with …

IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced last 28 August 2019 the launch of GRIT, a digital solution for veterans, active-duty service members, and reservists that provides a mobile experience to help them understand and strengthen their mental fitness, social connections, and overall well-being. Developed by IBM iX in partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and embedded with Total Brain’s technology, …

IBM recently announced the launch of Trust Your Supplier (TYS), a blockchain network geared for the improvement of supply chain management. What is supply chain management? Supply chain management (SCM) deals with the flow of goods and services. SCM oversees the storage and inventory of raw materials. It also tracks the production, shipment, and distribution …

IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced last 01 August 2019 that it has transformed its software portfolio to be cloud-native and optimized it to run on Red Hat OpenShift. Enterprises can now build mission-critical applications once and run them on all leading public clouds, including AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Alibaba and IBM Cloud and on private …