Posts tagged with: Spin Qubits

Missing Photonic Link to Enable an All-Silicon Quantum Internet

Research describes observations of silicon ‘T centre’ photon-spin qubits, an important milestone that unlocks immediate opportunities to construct massively scalable quantum computers and the quantum internet that will connect them....

Atom Computing Brings Two Heavy-Hitters Onto Their Team, Each With A Fierce Belief in the Power of Quantum Computing

— Atom Computing, a quantum computing start-up obsessed with helping companies and researchers reach their next big breakthrough, today announces two new quantum veterans joining, Denise Ruffner as Chief Business...

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...

SE’s Manufacturing Bits: Scaling Qubits, Diamond Quantum Computers, and Quantum Scopes

Australia is a hotbed of R&D activity, especially in the field of quantum computing. ...

Quantum Computing Takes a Step Forward With New Qubits With Holes

EU-funded researchers have created a promising new qubit system based on the interacting spins of holes confined in a nanosized silicon-germanium quantum device....

It’s All About Control: Scalability of Quantum Computers Gets Closer With QuTech’s Read-Out Development

Reading out qubits like toppling dominoes: a new scalable approach towards the quantum computer   Creating a powerful, large-scale quantum computer depends on a clever design such that many qubits...