Cryogenic chips could solve quantum computer scaling problems
Researchers and engineers from QuTech and Intel jointly designed and tested a cryogenic chip, which promises to offer the solution to tackle the 'wiring bottleneck' hampering the realization of a fully integrated and scalable quantum computer.
The findings were published in Nature, the scientifi... Read more
Intel announces second-generation quantum control chip
Intel has announced Horse Ridge II. Compared to its predecessor, the control chip for quantum computers has been modified in a way that should improve scalability.
In a press release, Intel writes that the second generation of the Horse Ridge-SoC has two additional control functions, making it p... Read more
Intel develops control chip to simplify quantum computing
Intel has developed a new cryogenic quantum chip, 'Horse Ridge', which should make it more commercially viable to work with quantum computing. The system-on-a-chip should accelerate the development of quantum technology by Intel. Horse Ridge allows developers to control qubits from the chip itself.... Read more