Intel has produced its 49 qubit system, Tangle Lake, publicly revealing it this past January. Now, there is their silicon wafer. Each with 26 qubits, they do their work with quantum spin of electrons. Intel’s Jim Clarke was interviewed last month, discussing topics such as Tangle Lake’s limits, the nearness of silicon qubits using spin, and Intel’s belief of the top quantum computing applications. For the discussion, read on. 

Intel has the expertise in research and production of silicon chips. If they manage to develop a quantum computer with silicon-based wafers, they stand to gain advantage in the commercial world.

This report is found at IEEE SPECTRUM…