I'm currently writing my thesis and I'd like to know which computer is based on a superconductive architecture to run some simulations. Thanks for help in advance.
Yes. IBM uses superconducting Transmon qubit. Here is a quote from IBM's website:
At the heart of IBM quantum systems is the transmon qubit. Successive generations of IBM Quantum processors have demonstrated the potential of superconducting transmon qubits as the basis for electrically controlled solid-state quantum computers. With a scalable approach to chip architecture and research into error correction and mitigation, IBM Quantum is at the forefront of developing systems with sufficient quantum volume to demonstrate advantage in real world applications.
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