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…

Ion beams mean a quantum leap for color-center qubits

Ion beams mean a quantum leap for color-center…

[ad_1] Ion beams can create chains of closely coupled quantum bits (qubits) based on nitrogen-vacancy “color centers” in diamond for use in quantum computing hardware. The honeycomb pattern in the photo shows the difference between…

A path to graphene topological qubits

A path to graphene topological qubits (via Qpute.com)

[ad_1] IMAGE: Schematic illustration of the interplay of magnetism and superconductivity in a graphene grain boundary, a potential building block for carbon-based topological qubits view more Credit: Jose Lado / Aalto University In the quantum…

Quantum collaboration gives new gravity to mysteries of Universe

Ion Beams Mean a Quantum Leap for Color-Center…

[ad_1] Ion beams can create chains of closely coupled quantum bits (qubits) based on nitrogen-vacancy “color centers” in diamond for use in quantum computing hardware. The honeycomb pattern in the photo shows the difference between…

Ion Beams Mean a Quantum Leap for Color-Center Qubits

Ion Beams Mean a Quantum Leap for Color-Center…

[ad_1] Ion beams can create chains of closely coupled quantum bits (qubits) based on nitrogen-vacancy “color centers” in diamond for use in quantum computing hardware. The honeycomb pattern in the photo shows the difference between…

Going Beyond Qubits: New Study Demonstrates Key Components for a Qutrit-Based Quantum Computer

Going Beyond Qubits: New Study Demonstrates Key Components…

[ad_1] The experimental quantum computing setup at the Advanced Quantum Testbed. (Credit: Berkeley Lab) -By Glenn Roberts Jr. A team led by physicists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and UC Berkeley has successfully…

Qubits Comprised Of Holes Could Be The Trick To Build Faster, Larger Quantum Computers – Eurasia Review

Qubits Comprised Of Holes Could Be The Trick…

[ad_1] A new study indicates holes the solution to operational speed/coherence trade-off, potential scaling up of qubits to a mini-quantum computer. Quantum computers are predicted to be much more powerful and functional than today’s ‘classical’…