neutral atom quantum computer

ColdQuanta, Riverlane and the University of Wisconsin–Madison announced they have successfully run a quantum algorithm on a cold atom qubit array system, codenamed “AQuA,” an industry first that brings quantum computing one step closer to real world applications. The milestone was conducted at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in the research group led by Prof. Mark Saffman. A paper on the research was published Wednesday in Nature, the world’s leading multidisciplinary science journal.

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