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Intel and QuTech detail their Quantum Control Chip named Horse Ridge

We have seen an announcement from Intel sometime back last year regarding their cryogenic control chip, but details were rather scant. The partnership between Intel and QuTech (Delft University of Technology) has resulted in a chip that enables easier control and scaling of qubits, which could help researchers in their quest to improve the number of addressable qubits that can be used in Quantum Computing.

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Intel introduces ‘Horse Ridge’ to enable commercially viable quantum computers

Intel introduces ‘Horse Ridge’ to enable commercially viable quantum computers

Intel Labs unveiled what it believes is a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip—code-named “Horse Ridge”—that will speed up development of full-stack quantum computing systems. The new cryogenic control chip will speed development of full-stack quantum computing systems, marking a milestone in the…

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Intel introduces cryogenic control chip, ‘Horse Ridge’ for commercially viable quantum computing

Intel introduces cryogenic control chip, ‘Horse Ridge’ for commercially viable quantum computing

The in-house fabrication of these control chips at Intel will dramatically accelerate the company’s ability to design, test, and optimize a commercially viable quantum computer, the company said. According to Intel, Horse Ridge will enable commercially viable quantum computers…

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