Quantum processor developed by Iran costs 600 euros on Amazon

Quantum processor developed by Iran costs 600 euros on Amazon

Chief of Staff Habibullah Sayyar is particularly proud to present his quantum processor.

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A few weeks ago, Iran unveiled its first quantum processor at Imam Khomeini Naval University in Nowshahr. Habibollah Sayyari, Chief of Staff and Deputy Coordinator of the Islamic Republic of Iran Army, proudly displayed a quantum processor that he says allows the Army to detect unwanted ships using quantum algorithms.

A small problem for the chief of staff, the piece of PCB that he is holding in his hands is not a quantum processor, but a simple Diligent ARM development board, sold for just over 600 euros in specialized retailers.

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The Iranian quantum processor is the ZedBoard Zynq-7000 from Diligent.

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He faut dire qu’un ordinateur quantique ressemble plus à une tres grosse machine digne de l’univers de Jules Verne, afin de maintenir les atomes à un état quantique grace à des extreme températures basses, that d’une simple carte mère de 20 cm aside. For Iran’s defense, such a quantum processor that makes it possible to dispense with GPS is currently being tested in the UK by the Royal Navy.

Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, stands next to the quantum computer developed by his company.

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This is not Iran’s first deception. During Covid-19, his government announced that it could detect affected people at 80 meters using a device that eventually turned out to be…a mine detector.

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