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Scalable assembly of qubit array components (via Qpute.com)


Archer Materials (ASX:AXE)

  • Archer team successfully assembles an array of qubit material components (“qubits”) of the 12CQ room-temperature qubit processor (“chip”).
  • The ability to position and pattern qubits is a key requirement for building a scalable chip and derisks Archer’s chip technology development.
  • Qubit arrays enable Archer to advance towards performing quantum measurements in the development of working 12CQ chip prototypes.
  • The achievement is credible proof for addressing a global quantum computing industry key success driver related to scalability and use1.
  • Chip commercialisation to continue through the prototyping of hardware componentry into a proof-of-concept minimum viable chip product for room-temperature quantum computing technology directly onboard modern devices.
  • Archer Materials Limited (“Archer”, the “Company”) (ASX:AXE) is pleased to announce that the Company has progressed its pioneering quantum technology project 12CQ (pronounced “one two cee cue”) by assembling and patterning a nanometre-size array (“few-qubit array”) of several individual qubit material components (“qubits”) of a prototype room-temperature operating quantum computing qubit processor (“chip”).

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