Processor Realized by QuiX Quantum to Be Core Component of Europe’s Quantum Sampling Machine

QuiX Quantum, the market leader in photonic quantum computing hardware, has realized the largest quantum photonic processor compatible with quantum dots for the European project PHOQUSING. The project aims to realize a quantum sampling machine that will push the potential of photonic quantum computing forward in showing a European quantum advantage. The processor realized by QuiX Quantum is the core component of the quantum sampling machine.

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Stony Brook U Discovery Provides Novel Platform for the Second Quantum Revolution

The development of experimental platforms that advance the field of quantum science and technology (QIST) comes with a unique set of advantages and challenges common to any emergent technology. Researchers at Stony Brook University, led by Dominik Schneble, PhD, report the formation of matter-wave polaritons in an optical lattice, an experimental discovery that enables studies of a central QIST paradigm through direct quantum simulation using ultracold atoms. The researchers project that their novel quasiparticles, which mimic strongly interacting photons in materials and devices but circumvent some of the inherent challenges, will benefit the further development of QIST platforms that are poised to transform computing and communication technology.

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First Fully Integrated High-Power Laser on a Lithium Niobate Chip, Paving the Way for Quantum Network Applications

Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) in collaboration with industry partners at Freedom Photonics and HyperLight Corporation, have developed the first fully integrated high-power laser on a lithium niobate chip, paving the way for high-powered telecommunication systems, fully integrated spectrometers, optical remote sensing, and efficient frequency conversion for quantum networks, among other applications…

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IonQ Announces New Barium Qubit Technology, Laying Foundation for Advanced Quantum Computing Architectures

IonQ, Inc. (“IonQ”) (NYSE: IONQ), a leader in quantum computing, today announced that it plans to use barium ions as qubits in its systems, bringing about a wave of advantages it believes will enable advanced quantum computing architectures. IonQ is the first quantum computing company able to harness more than one atomic species as qubits, having built its systems to date with ytterbium ions. Now, IonQ plans to use barium ions to build systems that are designed to be faster, more powerful, more easily interconnected, and that feature more uptime for customers.

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Cisco Quantum Research and UC Santa Barbara Collaborate to Push the Limits of Quantum Technology

A new collaboration between UC Santa Barbara researchers and Cisco Systems aims to push the boundaries of quantum technologies. Assistant professors Yufei Ding and Galan Moody have received research awards from the technology giant to work with its new Quantum Research Team, which was formed to pursue the research and development required to turn quantum hardware, software, and applications into broadly used technologies.

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