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Submitted by kevkev3 2846d ago | news

Computers are about to take a quantum leap into the future

Scientists claim to have a breakthrough that will revolutionise computing.

A Canadian company with substantial venture capital backing claims to have built a "quantum computer" that will ultimately solve problems beyond the power of conventional systems - and will demonstrate it over a live link next week. (PC, Tech)

Marriot VP  +   2846d ago
yah and I'm sure they'll be affordable, pssshhh

sounds cool but the protein "idea" like it says is really unstable. Just don't choose to not buy your next computer because of these guys.
MikeMichaels  +   2845d ago
,,,"ABOUT" to take a quantum leap??
.....in 20 more years. *rolls eyes*

From the start of the second paragraph:

"While most scientists believe a useful system is at least 20 years away...."
neogeo  +   2845d ago
Why not?
I plan to synthesize protein in my basement on tuesdays. I have been waiting for this Pc for years!
DC RID3R  +   2845d ago
i saw this tech being analysed.................
and theorized on a t.v documentary; panorama I think it was.
(nice find kevkev3!)

The professor demonstrating claims that once the tech is finalized the power tap is basically infinite!

pc's using quantum physics is total OWN4G3!!!!
Beam me up SCOTTY
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Captain Tuttle  +   2845d ago
Pretty cool. This is the kind of stuff our kids will be using. I think of this as a proto-prototype.
Genki  +   2845d ago
Hmm...I wonder what this means
for the future of the Cell processor...
miasma  +   2845d ago
Cool...
Maybe Sony will put it into PS4...
PS360PCROCKS  +   2845d ago
uh? yep this makes NOOO sense to me haha, but I read it and tried to act like I knew what was being said.
D R Fz  +   2845d ago
Lol
That's Funny...
electricnemesis  +   2845d ago
Cyberdyne
"My cpu is a neralnet designed by cyberdyne" Hello Sarah Conner
peksi  +   2845d ago
Thanks for a good article
That was a very interesting piece of information. My faith in science has been almost restored! :) Thanks bro for the article.
candystop  +   2845d ago
So maybe now we will be able to see those others dimensions through precise calculations based on Quantum physics! Just imagine all of the cures and changes that will happen once these computers start rolling out! I hope there successful and we see one of these rigs a lot sooner than twenty years!
ryanjtravis  +   2845d ago
CRAZY
Pretty amazing stuff... wild to think about computers that "literally stop working if you look at them." Science is nuts. :)
kevkev3  +   2843d ago
Agreed!
'If any interference, even thermal noise, gets in from the outside world, quantum states "collapse".' It would add a whole new meaning to the word 'computer security'!

BTW, I found the article here: http://www.ohgizmo.com/2007...
Aflac  +   2842d ago
just wait for DJ to come here with some story about how ps3 will pwn this new tech...
...that guy never ceases to amaze me with the garbag--I mean, words of wisdom he comes up with.

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