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Cold chips can control qubits (via Qpute.com)

[ad_1] A cryogenic controller chip opens the door to solving the ‘wiring bottleneck’ and subsequently to realize a fully integrated, scalable quantum computer.A specially designed chip to control qubits can operate at extremely low temperatures,…

GloFo and PsiQuantum manufacturing chips for 1 million+ qubit quantum computer

GloFo and PsiQuantum manufacturing chips for 1 million+…

[ad_1] The companies say they can manufacture core quantum components, such as single-photon sources and single-photon detectors, with precision and in volume, using standard semiconductor manufacturing processes. The companies have installed proprietary production and manufacturing equipment…

GlobalFoundries to make quantum photonic chips in Dresden, New York

GlobalFoundries to make quantum photonic chips in Dresden,…

[ad_1] PsiQuantum and GF have demonstrated the ability to manufacture core quantum components, such as single-photon sources and single-photon detectors, with precision and in volume for the first time using standard CMOS manufacturing processes. The…

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Arm’s New Neoverse V1, N2 Chips Take on…

[ad_1] If it is to be war, if there is to be a competitive market in upper-tier, server-class CPUs once again, like it was 1999, the battlefield this time will be “vector extensions.” These are…

Take a Leap with Quantum Computing?

Take a Leap with Quantum Computing? (via Qpute.com)

[ad_1] What was particularly exciting about this year's March technology selloff was the opportunity to evaluate smaller capitalization stocks set to benefit from significant structural changes in the economy trading at more reasonable prices, notes Matthew…

The geopolitics of the chips that make your tech work

The geopolitics of the chips that make your…

[ad_1] Why may a drought in Taiwan perhaps screw up your next computer purchase?For one thing, the island is one of the world's top producers of semiconductors, the essential electrical circuits that power the tech…