Meet Origin Wukong, China's most advanced computer revolutionizing both offense and defense.

Origin Wukong is described as China's domestically-produced third-generation quantum computer. This computer also stands out with its advanced encryption shield.
Meet Origin Wukong, China's most advanced computer revolutionizing both offense and defense.

Quantum computers have the capacity to process information much faster than traditional systems and offer a new defense shield against cyber threats. Developed by China, the Origin Wukong computer is specifically designed for use in data security and boasts capabilities beyond existing systems in this field.

Now, let’s take a look at this powerful quantum computer developed by China.

It stands out as China's most advanced superconducting computer.

Meet Origin Wukong

Origin Wukong is China’s independently developed third-generation superconducting quantum computer. Equipped with a total of 198 qubits, including 72 processing qubits and 126 connector qubits, this computer features a “Wukong chip.” Developed by Origin Quantum Computing Technology, it is currently considered the most advanced programmable superconducting quantum computer available in China.

Let's discuss the shield technology, an important feature of quantum computers.

Let's discuss the shield technology, an important feature of quantum computers.

Shield technology is designed to provide resistance against quantum computer attacks, along with the development of similar “quantum cryptography” techniques worldwide. This new method also aims to replace traditional encryption systems.

It is expected to shape the technology world through global collaborations.

As of 2024, this quantum computer has attracted a global user base, with over 350,000 remote accesses from 61 countries worldwide. This demonstrates that the computer is not just a technological marvel but also a tool for international scientific collaboration.

The innovations offered by Origin Wukong are reshaping cybersecurity methods globally and pushing the boundaries of quantum technology.

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