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## How fast is a quantum CPU?

Although all of the quantum computers had a similar quantum volume, IBM's researchers found vast differences in speed: the largest machine performed the slowest, at a CLOPS of **753 layers per second**, compared to 1,419 for the smallest processor.

## How fast is the fastest quantum computer?

It can perform calculations that are a hundred times more complex than Google's Sycamore supercomputer can handle, while operating at 10 million times the speed of the world's fastest supercomputer. This firmly cements the Zuchongchi **2.1's** position as the fastest quantum computer in the world.

## How fast is Google’s quantum computer?

In **200 seconds**, the machine performed a mathematically designed calculation so complex that it would take the world's most powerful supercomputer, IBM's Summit, 10,000 years to do it. This makes Google's quantum computer about 158 million times faster than the world's fastest supercomputer.

## How far off are quantum computers?

Most current quantum computers have around a hundred qubits at most. That might increase to a thousand or so over the next few years, but quantum computers that are actually useful are probably **at least a decade away**.

## Is quantum internet faster than light?

For now, we know that **the interaction between entangled quantum particles is faster than the speed of light**. In fact, Chinese physicists have measured the speed. … With a fiber optic network that can carry conventional data and quantum data, a quantum internet is becoming more of a possibility.

## Is a quantum network possible?

Free space networks Importantly, free space communication is also possible from a satellite to the ground. A quantum satellite **capable of entanglement distribution over** a distance of 1,203 km has been demonstrated.

## How far away are quantum computers?

Most current quantum computers have around a hundred qubits at most. That might increase to a thousand or so over the next few years, but quantum computers that are actually useful are probably **at least a decade away**.

## Why are quantum computers so fast?

There is a chance that the quantum computers will perform better than our classical computers in future. Since, each qubit is in a superposition of 0 and 1 states at the same time (until it is measured), **it can carry the information of 2 states at the same time**. This accounts to faster computations.