Microsoft, Pioneering Quantum Computing.

published by: Michael Andrews
date of publishment 5:15am 30/03/2020

Microsoft's leading the world in quantum computing, they've just released their latest addition to the Quantum Computing Rhelm, a new quantum programing language.

Announced at the 2017 Microsoft Ignite Conference, the Microsoft team explained they've got big idea's for the future of quantum computing and is investing big in the science of these alien devices, funding fields such as condensed-matter physics, theoretical physics, materials engineering, mathematics, computer sciences and more, by doing this Microsoft plans to stay at the forefront of the computing industry.

Microsoft unveiled this new quantum language and a bunch of API's for developers, so they can still work with their current knowledge yet still exploit these Quantum properties in their Applications.
This language uses similar principles of quantum computing to measure QuBits, but with one major added feature, they've exploited a way to tame the unstable QuBit. Rather than using a regular QuBit(a sub-atomic particle) like other industry pioneers such as IBM or Dwave technologies, Microsoft took a different approach by using Tropological Qubit.

The Tropological Qubits are particles positioned in series and spaced out into a 2/3-dimensional grid/Latics. Rather than the QuBit which flies randomly around in space.
This allows the particles or QuBit to remain more stable and immune to outside disturbances, interaction or destruction amongst themselves. solving some big obstacles in reliability, usability and device management.

Quantum computing brings a new age to computing, with the vision of bringing exponential processing speed, Advancements in AI rationalization, recognition, comprehension, plus ultimate encryption, molecular chemical engineering, theoretical physics, the possibilities are endless.

If you're interested in learning more regarding Microsoft new language or their other advancements, I've placed some links below to Microsoft and their Quantum department.

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