Posts filed under: Research

Japan’s Advancements in Operation-Based Error Correction Significantly Reduce Effects of Burst Errors

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), Kyushu University, and the University of Tokyo have proposed the world's first architecture to dynamically correct errors in accordance with quantum computer operations......

Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics Has Laid the Foundation for the Development of Future Quantum Network

A team of researchers at the MPQ has pioneered the integration of erbium atoms with special optical properties into a silicon crystal....

New Quantum Computer Architecture Could Unleash Universal Quantum Computer Power

Quantum computer power is still being stymied by numerous challenges. One such challenge is the requirement for each quantum bit to interact with all others....

Cousin of the Qubit, the Qudit, Has More: More Information, More Noise Resistance

Although the word “qudit” might look like a typo, this lesser-known cousin of the qubit, or quantum bit, can carry more information and is more resistant to noise — both...

Seeing Electron Movement at Fastest Speed Ever Could Help Unlock Next-Level Quantum Computing

New technique could enable processing speeds a million to a billion times faster than today's computers and spur progress in many-body physics....

“Quantum Bus” Could Be the Key Component to Master the Leap to Millions of Qubits

Many applications require quantum processors with millions of quantum bits. Today’s prototypes merely come up with a few of these compute units. At some point, the number of signal...