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Scientists confirm promise of silicon for quantum computing

For the first time, researchers have measured the accuracy of two-qubit logic operations in silicon, an advance that may help develop full-scale quantum processor.

Chandigarh: Four IISER scientists to work on India’s first quantum computer

IISER’s officiating director Prof. Arvind told Newsline that this initiative is the first step towards developing an indigenous quantum computer and a quantum communication network along with building sophisticated research infrastructure and training human resources.

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The next tech talent shortage: Quantum computing researchers

International competition is a particularly thorny issue in quantum computing because one of these machines, in theory, could crack the encryption that protects sensitive information inside governments and businesses around the world

Intel starts resting smallest ‘spin qubit’ chip for quantum computing

Intel has now started testing a 'spin qubit' chip for quantum computing, that is smaller than a pencil's eraser.

Silicon processor for quantum computing created

A research team has created a silicon processor chip capable of operating for quantum computers.

Secure, un-hackable computer network made a reality by quantum physics

Researchers have been able to create a computer that checks security of quantum computers before interacting with them.

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New printable thin films could help power Internet of Things

Researchers have created a 'neuromorphic' chip, which can function like the human brain, and will be able to run devices under Internet of Things.

Researchers unveil design of quantum computer chip, based on silicon tech

A new research collaboration has helped create the world's first quantum chip, capable of managing multiple simultaneous operations, as needed on a quantum computer.

IBM experiments with quantum computing; signs Samsung, JPMorgan in tie-ups

In a race to commercialise quantum computing, IBM has recently signed partnership deals, in order to expand the applications of the technology.

ISRO sets forward to build secure quantum communications network

Raman Research Institute (RRI) in Bengaluru has joined hands with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) to develop the quantum technologies that ISRO's satellites would need to establish such a network.

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