For hype-wary IBM, quantum-computing sales are close, but not too close

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By Jeffrey Dastin and Paresh Dave (Reuters) – IBM has set a new goal for propelling the legacy technology company ahead of its rivals: a quantum computer ready for commercial use, three years from now. In an interview Monday ahead of the company’s Think conference, Chief Executive Arvind Krishna said International Business Machines Corp would have a more-than-4,000 qubit quantum computer ready by 2025, a jump from its hardware with 127 qubits today. He said technology of that power could optimize routing truck fleets or better model financial risks. A normal computer almost “the size of this p…

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