New design makes possible large-scale manufacture of quantum chips

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The computer on your desktop has a memory made up of binary digits (bits), with each bit always in one of two definite states – 0 or 1. Quantum computers, however, aren’t limited to just two states, instead, they use atoms to encode information as quantum bits (qubits), each of which can be in several states simultaneously. Because the qubits can contain multiple states at the same time, a quantum computer can perform many calculations at once, making them potentially millions of times more powerful than today’s most powerful computers. While quantum computers have been developed in engineering laboratories, there…

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