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From Quantum Theory to Quantum Practice

The development and implementation of any technology that opens new frontiers involves the transition from concept to prototype to minimum viable product, culminating in a scalable system with desired functionality. Early developments offer glimpses of the potential, while the broader achievement of scalable capacity unlocks true commercial value. These earlier stages of theory and possibility […]
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Are you awesome?

Photonic is growing. Our team is bringing next-generation science and engineering technologies – those based on silicon spin-photon interfaces – to tackle the challenge of building scalable, fault-tolerant networked quantum computers. We’ve spent the last couple of years focusing primarily on R&D; we’re still growing that team, but we are also expanding the commercialization skillsets […]
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The Silicon Tipping Point.

When large-scale universal quantum computers become accessible, the world will suddenly find itself able to tackle a whole set of problems that are, right now, beyond our capabilities—currently constrained by the limits of classical computing. Just the fact that we will be able to model and simulate complex systems and processes means we’ll be able […]
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The Next Generation of Quantum Computing is Here

Quantum effects occur in materials naturally at the atomic and molecular level. Since the early 1980s, when Richard Feynman first proposed the concept of a “quantum computer,” a number of materials with quantum properties have been identified and applied to the challenge of quantum computing. Two of the early leading technologies – ion traps and […]
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