Posts tagged with: Denmark

How Can Governments Use Quantum Computing for Public Sector Interests?

Creating a “quantum sandbox” within government aimed at developing proof-of-concepts and testing near-term quantum applications provides a unique way to begin using today’s technology....

Semiconductor Materials as a Platform for Solid-State Quantum Computers Get Boost From Scientists at U Copenhagen

Quantum physicists at the University of Copenhagen are reporting an international achievement for Denmark in the field of quantum technology. By simultaneously operating multiple spin qubits on the same quantum...

Danish Firm Commercializes Qubit Tuner, 100x Faster Tuning for Your Qubits

Danish company QDevil has introduced a new ultra-stable voltage source, the QDAC-II, enabling a 100 times faster tuning than previously possible and making several conventional instruments unnecessary. ...

Scalability: DTU Quantum Computer Platform Uses Standard Optical Fiber at Room Temperature

A team at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has developed what it calls a “complete platform” for an optical quantum computer. The platform is universal and scalable, the team...

Researchers Continue the Quest for the Perfect Qubit

Quantum computers promise great advances in many fields - from cryptography to the simulation of protein folding. Yet, which physical system works best to build the underlying quantum bits is...

Giant Wafers Full of Devices Found to be Qubit-Suitable

Industry collaboration leads to important milestone in the creation of a quantum computer One of the obstacles for progress in the quest for a working quantum computer has been that...
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