ExplainingComputers just posted his annual Quantum Computing update.

Quantum computing review, including Google’s quantum supremacy claims, quantum cloud developments (QCaaS), trapped ion quantum computing, and a brief look at Python quantum coding!

More information on quantum computing can be found on his web page at https://www.explainingcomputers.com/quantum.html

Chapters:

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 00:41 Quantum basics
  • 01:56 Quantum supremacy
  • 05:19 Quantum cloud computing
  • 08:10 Trapped ions
  • 09:53 Quantum coding
  • 11:09 Getting there!

ExplainingComputers shows off a Raspberry Pi 4 rig with M.2 SATA boot SSD, ICE Tower cooler, and lots of heavy brass.

Chapters:

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 00:50 Pi & cooler
  • 03:08 Exciting things
  • 06:25 Construction
  • 11:12 Best laid plans
  • 14:37 Metal work
  • 17:25 WrapChapters:
  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 00:50 Pi & cooler
  • 03:08 Exciting things
  • 06:25 Construction
  • 11:12 Best laid plans
  • 14:37 Metal work
  • 17:25 Wrap

ExplainingComputers provides an overview of eight x86 single board computers (SBCs)

X86 SBC overview, including LattePanda, Udoo, Odyssey & Digital Loggers boards. All of the single board computers featured in this video are based on an x86, x86-64 or AMD64 CPU, and have been reviewed in depth on this channel in the following videos

Content index:

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 01:32 Atomic Pi
  • 03:10 LattePanda V1.0
  • 06:00 UDOO X86 AP
  • 08:02 LattePanda Delta
  • 10:25 Odyssey X86J4105
  • 13:23 LattePanda Alpha
  • 15:57 UDOO Bolt V8

ExplainingComputers works through the mystery of file systems in his lastest video.

NTFS, FAT32, exFAT, ext4 and APFS are just some of the file systems used to organize data on storage drives. This video outlines the differences between these and other file systems, and explains how to choose between them. 

ExplainingComputers goes through NomadBSD setup and demo.

This FreeBSD OS is designed to run from a live USB drive which is persistent, so that user files, applications and operating system changes can be saved to it. NomadBSD is hence a portable alternative OS that you can move between computers and carry around in your pocket.

ExplainingComputers explores Edge computing definitions and concepts.

This non-technical video focuses on edge computing and cloud computing, as well as edge computing and the deployment of vision recognition and other AI applications.

Also introduced are mesh networks, SBC (single board computer) edge hardware, and fog computing.