New Computer that Works Faster by Millions of Times

New Computer that Works Faster by Millions of Times

A new technology that promises solutions faster by millions of times as compared to today's reach is being banked on by Lockheed Martin, a report has unveiled.

While the digital age runs around bits and bytes and zeros, the powerful new computer is likely to take computing into the subatomic and strange realm of quantum mechanics.

However, it may sound bizarre and absurd to those who are familiar to yes/no world of conventional computing. But, according to the findings, varied companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and IBM have been making attempts to develop quantum computers.

Such a computer has been brought by Lockheed Martin in its early version, seemingly. He brought the same two years back from D-Wave Systems, a Canadian company. He said that he was confident that the technology, if upgraded to commercial scale, would allow for use of quantum computing. D-Wave Systems would then become the first company to use it.

Critics still have been claiming that more evidence is required to prove the technology.

"I'm sure there is a lot more than that now, but we'll be able to do that with one machine, for far less money", avowed Brownell. He had joined D-Wave in the year 2009.


FrenchTribune Specials

Conservationist organisation warn that 23 000 species are vulnerable

A leading conservation organisation has warned in a new report that nearly 23 000 species are venerable at present and might be at the risk of extinction.

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature has said that thousands of species including mighty lion, reclusive cave crabs and the world's rarest sea lion are at the risk...

Most Popular

Serengeti Captured Phenomenally by 225 Hidden Cameras

The Serengeti snapshot project involving the setting up...

Researchers using Minecraft game to train robots

A team of researchers at the Brown University have found...

Wi-Fi might be used to count people, researchers

A team of researchers at the University of California,...

TeliaSonera AB buys 1.4% stake in Spotify

Music-streaming company Spotify Ltd. has raised $526...

Poll

Can Greece Come out of Economic Problems: