TU Delft researchers send quantum bits over network
Researchers from QuTech have succeeded in 'teleporting' quantum bits between three network nodes. The researchers recently published their breakthrough in Nature, a scientific journal.
QuTech is a research division of TU Delft, a renowned technical university in the Netherlands. The newly publis... Read more
Dutch scientists develop the first ‘quantum internet’
Scientists from the QuTech research team in the Netherlands have created the first multi-node quantum network. By connecting three quantum processors, they have laid the foundation for an internet for quantum computers.
Normal computers communicate with bits that can be a 1 or a 0. Therefore, th... Read more
New cryogenic quantum chip from Intel and QuTech in the making
Recently, Intel and QuTech jointly unveiled the designs for a new cryogenic quantum chip. This type of chip operates at extremely low temperatures, which provides benefits in quantum mechanics.
The extremely low (cryogenic) temperatures simplify control electronics and connections between chips.... Read more
ABN AMRO and Qutech join forces to develop quantum encryption
Kwantum Technology Group Qutech and ABN AMRO are working together to anticipate the use of quantum technology for computers and prevent risks to the security of banks. Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) should play a leading role in this, reports PYMNTS.
With the increasing power of computers and the us... Read more