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Breakthrough in quantum computers

SYDNEY - 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 Computers promise to harness the strange ability of subatomic particles to exist in more than one state at a time to solve problems that are too complex or time-consuming for existing computers.

Google, IBM and other technology companies are all developing quantum computers, using a range of approaches.

The team from the University of New South Wales say they have invented a new chip design based on a new type of quantum bit, the basic unit of information in a quantum computer, known as a qubit.

The new design would allow for a silicon quantum processor to overcome two limitations of existing designs: the need for atoms to be placed precisely, and allowing them to be placed further apart and still be coupled.

READ MORE (Independent Online)

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  • “Flip Flop Qubit” Is A New Way To Build Quantum Computers Easily And CheaplyFossbytes
  • 'Flip-flop' design makes quantum computers more affordableEngadget
  • Flip-flop thinking breakthrough for quantum computer chipsComputerworld Australia
  • Australian engineers have designed a new type of quantum computerBusiness Insider
  • Researchers Claim Major Breakthrough In Quantum Computer DesignValueWalk
  • Breaking: An Entirely New Type of Quantum Computing Has Been InventedGears Of Biz
  • Interview: Aussie engineer's new "flip-flop qubit" breakthrough for quantum ...Xinhua
  • 'Nobody saw it': Breakthrough claimed by UNSW's quantum computing teamThe Sydney Morning Herald

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