Posts tagged with: Quantum Memory

Controlled for First Time, Quantum Phenomenon Could Suggest Avenues for Technology

University of Chicago scientists have been able to create a new kind of quantum object at will in the laboratory: “domain walls.” The discovery can help researchers better understand...

QUNNECT Announces Sale of World’s 1st Commercial Quantum Memory

Qunnect, INC., a Quantum Networking company, announces the sale of the world's first commercial Quantum Memory to Brookhaven National Laboratory. Quantum Memories are critical components for enabling future quantum-secure networks,...

New York University Scientists Invent a New Information Storage and Processing Device

Scientists have developed a means to create a new type of memory, marking a notable breakthrough in the increasingly sophisticated field of artificial intelligence....

Quantum Information Science, Optical Metrology Stand to Gain From Yale’s Speckle Pattern Memory

Producing Memory from Speckle Patterns A team of researchers has developed a way to significantly increase the memory of speckle patterns, the very complex patterns that result from shining a...

Quantum Memory at Room-Temperature Extends Qubit Life

Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have demonstrated a method for storing qubits at room temperature for a duration that is hundreds of times longer than has been achieved with...

Giving Quantum-Information Networks a Boost via Light Cages

Atoms and light: the main image is an illustration of atoms entering the cage, which contains light. The insets are electron microscope images of the cage’s structure. (Image Credit: Flavie...