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Did NASA Achieve Long-Distance Quantum Teleportation?

Did NASA Achieve Long-Distance Quantum Teleportation?

The systems were designed, built, commissioned, and implemented by Caltech’s Public-Private Research Program on Intelligent Quantum Technologies and Networks, or IN-Q-NET. “We are delighted with these results,” Fermilab scientist Panagiotis Spentzouris, director of Fermilab’s quantum science program and one of the paper’s co-authors, said in…

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Meet the Finalists: Leaders From Illuma Labs, Critical Start, Hacware, and UTD

Meet the Finalists: Leaders From Illuma Labs, Critical Start, Hacware, and UTD

“Perhaps, I am most excited about the integration of quantum computing, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence, and data science—that is the future. As an older, war–scarred executive, I’ve realized the importance of understanding different perspectives, communicating a vision, and carving…

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Researchers Demonstrate High-Fidelity Quantum Teleportation

Researchers Demonstrate High-Fidelity Quantum Teleportation

These unique quantum network test beds use state-of-the-art solid-state light detectors in a compact fiber-based setup and feature near-autonomous data acquisition, control, monitoring, synchronization, and analysis. “I commend the IN-Q-NET team and our partners in academia and industry on this first-of-its-kind achievement in quantum teleportation.” The…

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Quantum Teleportation: Facts and Myths

Quantum Teleportation: Facts and Myths

Academics, researchers and IT professionals will need to create devices for the infrastructure of quantum internet including: quantum routers, quantum repeaters, quantum gateways, quantum hubs, and other quantum tools. By sharing these quantum qubits, the basic units of quantum computing, researchers are hoping to create networks…

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