29 Oct '16, 11pm

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Researchers at Sandia National Laboratory, in conjunction with Harvard University, have developed a method of joining quantum computers together on an atomic scale. What does this mean for future quantum computers and their capabilities? Quantum Computer Joining Quantum computers have been featured in sensationalized news stories so often that announcements made about them are becoming stale. While quantum computers have extraordinary potential for future computing, it is unlikely that they will see commercial use for a decade or two. However, researchers at Sandia National Laboratory working with Harvard University have developed and demonstrated a quantum bridge whereby two small quantum computational devices can communicate with each other on an atomic scale. A Brief Explanation of Quantum Computing In classical computation, data is represented as either off (0) or on (...

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