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IBM lays out a ten-year plan for useful quantum supercomputing.

Meet Quantum System 2, a 22 ft wide, 12 ft high, cryogenically cooled package that IBM calls the first “modular, utility-scale quantum computer system,” using three of the company’s new Quantum Heron 133-qubit processors. An updated roadmap says that by 2033, its capabilities could go far beyond today’s supercomputer platforms.

For more, check out Nilay Patel’s Decoder interview with Jerry Chow, IBM’s director of quantum systems.