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Archer Materials Ltd Creates Qubit Array Components for Quantum Computing Chip

Archer Materials Ltd Creates Qubit Array Components for Quantum Computing Chip Archer Materials Limited successfully assembles qubit array components for quantum computing chip Full release… Highlights Archer team successfully assembles an array of qubit material components (“qubits”) of the 12CQ room-temperature qubit processor (“chip”). The […]

South Korea Working Towards Quantum Network, Unhackability of Communications

South Korea Working Towards Quantum Network, Unhackability of Communications S. Korean quantum computing scientists working on next-generation networks and ‘unhackable’ technologies Excerpts and salient points ~ +  Quantum computing researchers at Korea Institute for Science and Technology have developed ways use diamond structures to produce […]

“Really sloppy” Semiconductor Manufacturing Won’t Suffice in Quantum Computing’s Development

“Really sloppy” Semiconductor Manufacturing Won’t Suffice in Quantum Computing’s Development Interesting commentary. Though provided by a manufacturer of atomically precise manufacturing (APM) equipment, anyone with a background in solid-state devices will find truth to what is being stated. Cleaning up the semiconductor processes should go […]

Limits of Quantum Communication Networks; Secret Key Capacity Explored

Limits of Quantum Communication Networks; Secret Key Capacity Explored Establishing the ultimate limits of quantum communication networks At the moment, sensitive data is typically encrypted and then sent across fibre-optic cables and other channels together with the digital “keys” needed to decode the information. However, […]

Promising Research into Nanofabricating Fake Atoms Shows Promise in Quantum-secure Communications, Computing

University of Oregon, Center for Optical, Molecular, and Quantum Science.  Ultra-secure online communications, completely indecipherable if intercepted, are a step closer with the help of a recently published discovery by University of Oregon physicist Ben Alemán. Alemán, a member of the UO’s Center for Optical, […]