Xanadu publishes Blueprint for a Scalable Photonic Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computer

Xanadu, one of the hottest Canadian start-ups has published it’s Blueprint for a Scalable Photonic Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computer. The extensive publication outlines how to build a modular photonic based Quantum Computer. There are a few candidates for Qubits – ranging from Ion traps to super conducting and photonic is one such candidate that has produced enormous potential for scale-up.

We have proposed a concrete and scalable architecture for quantum computing with light. By using a hybrid resource state that can be generated and manipulated using near-future photonic technology, our architecture synthesizes modern techniques in scalable entangled re-source state generation and bosonic codes.

Blueprint for a Scalable Photonic Fault-Tolerant Quantum Computer

To read more about the Blueprint go here. We publish details about Xanadu and other Quantum Companies every day and Xanadu has been one of our Quantum Companies that we continually feature, especially due to their Quantum Machine Learning frameworks. Not only do Xanadu build their Quantum devices, they create amazingly useful frameworks such as PennyLane which researchers are turning to such to find applications in Machine Learning.

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