As outlined in Quantum Computing Progress and Prospects published this year, on page 169-171 there is the diagram showing that we are at the 10's of qubits mark. Looking into the diagram further there is the statement prior that states ,

The first benchmark machine is the class of digital (gate-based) quantum computers containing around $2^{4}$ qubits with average gate error rate better than 5 percent, which first became available in 2017.

However, when I look at Quantum Computing Report I find that there are a couple of companies past the 50+ qubit count to get to the next point. Is the report already outdated, or am I missing something?


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