There is a method for using quantum computers in everyday conditions

Researchers have unveiled a new method for assembling a quantum computer. It will allow you to increase its power with fewer devices, and will also help you work in almost any conditions.

Researchers have unveiled a new method for assembling a quantum computer. It will allow you to increase its power with fewer devices, and will also help you work in almost any conditions.

The research team has applied photonic devices that detect and shape light for a wide range of uses, including communication and computing. The research team has created a scalable quantum computing platform that dramatically reduces the number of devices needed to achieve quantum speed.

The group has created a quantum source in an optical microcavity – a millimeter-sized ring-shaped structure that envelops photons and creates a microcob – a device that efficiently converts photons from one wavelength to multiple wavelengths. Light circulates around the ring, accumulating optical energy. This increase in power increases the chances of photons interacting, leading to quantum entanglement between the fields of light in the microcoba.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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