Home > Europe’s newest and most powerful quantum computer ever has just been unveiled in Germany

Europe’s newest and most powerful quantum computer ever has just been unveiled in Germany


Angela Merkel unveiled the new IBM Quantum System One, a machine that its backers hope could play a role in solving society’s biggest issues.

Added on the 16/06/2021 19:34:13 - Copyright : Euronews EN

To customise your video :

Or Create an account

More videos on the subject

  • IAA Mobility 2023: New designs and concept models unveiled at Europe's biggest car tech show

    To kick off this year's IAA Mobility in Munich, carmakers Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Mini and Smart have unveiled their latest designs and concepts. One of the world's biggest tech and innovation shows of its kind, IAA Mobility officially opens on September 5.

    05/09/2023 - Euronews EN
  • First images released from Europe's Euclid space telescope

    A nebula resembling a horse's head, never-before-seen distant galaxies and "circumstantial evidence" of elusive dark matter: the European Space Agency has released the first images from its Euclid space telescope, illustrating its wide-lens view of the universe. Euclid blasted off in July on the world's first-ever mission aiming to investigate the enduring cosmic mysteries of dark matter and dark energy.

    07/11/2023 - AFP EN
  • Israel-Hamas war sparks hate crimes against Germany’s Jewish community

    France is not the only European country on full alert regarding mounting violence targeting Jewish communities ... In recent weeks, Germany, which is home to Europe’s third largest Jewish community, is seeing an uptick in anti-Semitic attacks, with some Pro-Palestinian rallies turning violent. Since the October 7 Hamas attack on Israel, German authorities and Chancellor Olaf Scholz have underlined that anti-Semitism “has no place in Germany”. For a country responsible for the Holocaust, Israel’s security is state policy. But German Jews are increasingly worried for their safety. FRANCE 24’s Anne Mailliet, Willy Mahler and John Laurenson report with Claire Morand. 

    31/10/2023 - France 24 EN
  • October heatwave expected in parts of Europe after countries record hottest ever September

    France, Germany and the UK all recorded their hottest ever September last month.

    02/10/2023 - Euronews EN
  • At the migration crossroads: Germany tightens grip on Polish border

    In 2021, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko began letting migrants cross his country's border into Poland to retaliate against EU sanctions. Poland strengthened its border controls, but the number of illegal migrant crossings into Germany has been surging in recent months. The Brandenburg region in eastern Germany now finds itself at the crossroads between the Belarus and Balkans migrant routes. Some leaders in Germany are calling for the return of stationary controls in the border region and other eastern German states. The German government says it is considering this option, but local communities say they are overwhelmed. Our correspondents followed a patrol of the federal police in the region.

    26/09/2023 - France 24 EN

More videosBusiness

Watch video of The Post-Brexit Recovery Across European Markets Has Stalled With Major Share Indexes Mixed And Safe-haven Demand For Precious Metals Helping The Price Of Silver Surge To A Near-two Year High.  But,  As Sonia Legg Reports, Trading Volumes Were Light Becasue Of The July 4 Public Holiday In The United States. - European shares end post-Brexit rally - Label : Reuters EN -

European shares end post-Brexit rally

04/07/2016 15:56:29