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2007-05-09 Research group demos the first controllably coupled qubits
NEC Corp., Japan Science and Technology Agency and the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research have demonstrated the world's first quantum bit (qubit) circuit that can control the coupling strength between qubits.
2011-01-19 Qubits reversible transfer could enable broadband quantum networks
Researchers at the University of Calgary and the University of Paderborn have successfully demonstrated the reversible transfer of entangled qubits from a quantum network waveguide to a solid-state memory device, bringing the concept of broadband quantum networks closer to reality.
2014-06-19 RF design staple finds use in quantum computing
With the ability to create any waveform imaginable for a wide range of applications, arbitrary waveform generators are being used to work out the manipulation of qubits to develop quantum computers.
2003-11-07 NEC, RIKEN announce success on quantum logic gate project
NEC Corp. and the RIKEN Institute of Physical and Chemical Research have announced that in a jointly conducted experimentation, a quantum logic gate operation has been successfully demonstrated in a solid-state device consisting of two coupled quantum bit (qubits).
2010-12-14 MEMS show quantum computing possibility
Researchers have demonstrated that qubits can be addressed with two lasers focused on them by MEMS micro-mirrors in an advancement that brings quantum computing closer to reality.
2004-09-24 Yale team builds chips for quantum computing
Demonstrating a new paradigm for quantum computing, Yale University researchers have built what they call QED IC to manipulate quantum bits.
2014-05-13 TiN-based metamaterials exhibit high photonic densities
The metamaterials comprise superlattices using TiN and a dielectric carrying the same properties as the metal. The layers are grown inside a vacuum chamber using magnetron sputtering.
2002-11-26 Superconducting junctions eyed for quantum computing
Josephson junctions, a superconducting type of transistor, are being investigated as a possible route to scalable quantum computers by a physicist at the University of Michigan.
2007-02-13 Quantum processor solves NP-complete problems in record time
The D-Wave quantum computer, called 'Orion,' solves the most difficult problemsNP-Completein a just a few cycles, compared to the thousands of cycles needed by conventional computers.
2012-10-23 Princeton researchers close in on quantum computing
The technique developed by Princeton's researchers could help lead to larger quantum computing systems.
2016-04-07 Moore's Law extended: Intel roadmap reveals CMOS at its core
Intel's future processors at 10nm and beyond will continue to use CMOS, but the cores will be surrounded by novel circuit architectures using new materials that may extend Moore's Law indefinitely.
2013-07-08 MIT researchers develop all-optical transistor
The researchers describe an optical switch controlled by a single photon that allows light to govern the transmission of light intended for new designs for both classical and quantum computers.
2012-03-01 IBM jumps final quantum computing hurdle
Researchers reported breakthroughs such as millisecond coherence times in quantum computing technology.
2005-09-05 Hitachi claims Cambridge qubit silicon success
A team at Hitachi's Cambridge Laboratory at the University of Cambridge in England has developed a silicon device for quantum computing: a quantum-dot charge "qubit".
2002-12-04 Error correction may stall quantum computing
According to University of Arkansas physics professor Julio Gea-Banacloche, because error correction will generate more energy than chips can dissipate, quantum computers may be further off than previously believed.
2010-05-18 Dimmer switch tailored for quantum computing
NIST has developed a "dimmer switch" for a superconducting circuit linking a quantum bit and a quantum bus.
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