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Full-scale quantum computing technology is at large in the present digital age. Once perfected, quantum computing is expected to maintain and improve other technological innovations we benefit from, including artificial intelligence, climate science, logistics, and drug development. Over the past decade, numerous developments have emerged towards improving quantum computers and their potential functions.

Quantum processors are the materials that serve as the brain behind quantum computers. Although they are relatively smaller compared to present-day computer processors, quantum processors are truly powerful. These new-age processors, according to Australian Times, can conduct any computation with a maximum of 100 qubits.

Qubits, sometimes called quantum bits, are the basic measurements of quantum processors. It is the speed of a certain quantum computer to process any computation possible. Because of the ongoing development, most quantum computers are plagued with errors during the series of calculations, and most of the devices available today cannot reach 100 qubits perfectly.

Quantum processors that can run with a high rate of a qubit are essential to the study of quantum computing. With that said, the search is still on to develop a high qubit-enabled quantum computer, especially since most of the quantum computing expected in the future consists of a set of applications that require a million qubit.

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