Friday, January 14, 2011
Quantum networks will allow sending information without being afraid of somebody listening in. Photo credit: Riley Brandt
Here is what my UBM's EETimes story says about quantum memories: Broadband quantum networks inched closer to reality recently when researchers demonstrated the ability to transfer quantum-bits (qubits) from entangled photons to solid-state crystalline memory devices. Using a super-cooled crystal the researchers were able to demonstrate the reversible transfer of entangled qubits from a quantum network waveguide to the solid-state memory and back again.
Full Text: http://bit.ly/NextGenLog-eCUR
Posted by R. Colin Johnson at 10:08 AM