As TASS recalls, in 2023, President Vladimir Putin was shown a 16-qubit quantum computer on ions, on which an algorithm for calculating a molecule was launched using a cloud platform.

“As part of the quantum computing roadmap, we have developed a 20-qubit quantum computer. We implemented it on the ion platform. We also have a 25-qubit computer on an atomic platform. We have plans for 50 to 100 qubits. By the end of this year, we should have time to complete 50,” Yunusov said in an interview with the agency.

Rosatom announced plans to launch a project to create a Russian quantum computer in November 2019. The project, designed to last until 2024, was planned to be implemented within the framework of an agreement between the state corporation and the Cabinet of Ministers on the development of the field of quantum computing.