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Qubits kept together by shouting at them with microwaves

4 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / Not this kind of microwave, of course.
Companies like IBM and Google have leapt at the opportunity to build toy quantum computers. They've produced nice interfaces, so you can play quantum computing games. The access frameworks they've provided makes me feel like we are about to break out in useful quantum computers.
The public interface, however, hides the relatively slow progress in solving hardware problems. In particular, qubits don't live very long, so not much computation can be done. Now, in a very nice bit of work, a team of researchers from China have put together...
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