SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Researchers in Australia have found a new way to build Quantum computers which they say would make them dramatically easier and cheaper to produce at scale.
Quantum computation engineers Andrea Morello (L) and Guilherme Tosi from the University of New South Wales are photographed in this handout imaged in Sydney, Australia, July 24, 2017.
The world’s fastest supercomputer, China’s Sunway TaihuLight, runs at 93 petaflops, but relies on 10 million processing cores and uses massive amounts of energy.
The university has set up a company, Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Ltd, with investments from Telstra, Australia’s Commonwealth Bank and the Australian and New South Wales governments.
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