Here are some exciting tech products expected to be released

IBM launches 127-qubit Eagle quantum processor, previews IBM Quantum System Two

According to IBM, Eagle leverages new techniques that place control components on multiple physical levels while keeping qubits on a single layer.

IBM announced a new 127-qubit processor called Eagle and previewed designs for IBM Quantum System Two, Big Blue’s next-generation quantum system.

The news, announced at IBM Quantum Summit, highlights IBM’s hardware progress. Last year, IBM outlined its hardware and software roadmaps. By 2025, IBM is projecting that there will be frictionless quantum computing to enable a broad array of applications that will surpass classical computing.

Eagle will be made available to select members of the IBM Quantum Network in December. Here’s a look at Eagle unstacked.

IBM’s Eagle quantum processor features a 3D architecture and layers so qubits work well together. 

Quantum computing is a hot market as IonQ shares have been surging amid pacts with Accenture and Softbank. Honeywell Quantum and Cambridge Quantum will combine forces and likely go public. IBM also expects quantum to become a big part of its business over time to build out the ecosystem.

ALSO NFT’s are what we’ve been hearing about for a awhile now from Gary vee and other investors but what else can we expect to see more of tech wise in 2022 and we’e not talking the new iphone etc!

It’s that time of the year again where everyone, from business professionals to the average consumer, is looking forward to the next round of the latest and greatest technologies. As we prepare to enter 2022, it’s no surprise that you’re probably wondering what types of tech and gadgets you’ll be able to get your hands on.
Next year there are plenty of exhibitions confirmed already!

1. Netgear Digital Canvas for NFT Arts

NFTs (non-fungible tokens) have recently taken the world by storm. NFTs are a part of the Ethereum blockchain but work differently compared to traditional cryptocurrency.

These tokens are collectibles, and Netgear is expected to release a digital canvas platform for NFTs at the CES in 2022. It will offer the ultimate viewing experience for its users, who can upload their NFTs no matter where they were purchased from.

VeeFriends is the name of Gary Vaynerchuk’s NFT collection and he is the guy to follow for this movement.


The 1/2/3’s of NFT’s

♬ original sound – Gary Vaynerchuk

2. TuSimple Self-Driving Freight Trucks
TuSimple is a leading company in the autonomous driving industry. It is likely to reveal its recent developments in self-driving freight transportation, and it will have its own exhibition at CES 2022. These are some of the benefits TuSimple’s technological advancements will bring to the industry:

  • Aggressive low-cost pricing
  • 99% reliable
  • Scalable capacity
  • Reduced carbon footprint
  • Transparent analytics

These are only a few of the benefits. Still, it’ll be interesting to see TuSimple’s exhibition and what new products it will bring to the table in 2022.

3. Chevy Silverado E
Chevrolet is expected to reveal its newest, all-electric Silverado at this upcoming CES. It will take place during the keynote event, presented by GM Chair and CEO Mary Barra.

The Silverado electric pickup will boast a plethora of new features:

  • Fixed-glass roof for retail models
  • Increased headroom
  • Spaciousness for front and rear passenger

Chevy is expecting its new EV to be in high demand, considering limited electric pickup trucks are available on the market. On a full charge, the Silverado E will offer drivers around 400 miles.

4. Touchless Smart Home Devices
Various smart home devices appeared in CES 2021, and we’ll likely see more as CES 2022 approaches. There were many touchless pieces of technology introduced last year, and it’s expected that consumers will see even more this year.

For example, Samsung is adopting a Matter-standard in 2022, which will lead to easy installation and usage for smart home users. Matter is designed to connect items more seamlessly and act as a hub for different devices. Take the Google Nest Thermostat and the Apple iPhone, for instance — Matter makes it easier for you to control your Nest with an iPhone, which has proved problematic for consumers.

5. Disinfecting Tech to Battle COVID-19
Another trend that was apparent at CES 2021 was disinfecting technology. It was borne out of necessity as the COVID-19 pandemic wore on and continues to impact communities worldwide.

Robert Ford, the CEO and president of Abbott, will be delivering a keynote speech at CES 2022, which is a first for this digital health tech company. Whether it’s new high-tech face masks, air purifiers or other disinfecting tech, COVID-19 will continue to spark innovation in this sector.

Artist rendering of the LIFE habitat. (Image source: Sierra Nevada Corporation)

6. Sierra Nevada’s LIFE Space Habitat
One exhibitor in the space technology industry is the Sierra Nevada Corp. Sierra designed a new inflatable space habitat meant for long durations. The Large Inflatable Flexible Environment (LIFE) is a part of NASA’s Phase 3 program, titled Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships.

The LIFE technology is meant to sustain living and working crew missions in outer space and reimagine living conditions. Sierra has also worked on other key NASA programs, including:

  • Plant systems to feed humans in space
  • Gear motor components that control the robotic arm used to collect samples from Mars
  • Nuclear-powered spacecraft that will revolutionize space exploration


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