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Entangled Modem Could Eliminate Communications Latency Jon Gabay
Quantum effects are used in our everyday lives. From disk drive heads to memory chips, without quantum understanding, we would not be at today’s level of technology. The goal of modems using entangled particles trapped in a silicon cell with room-temperature superconductors is to create a real-time communications link.

Using Superconducting Circuits in Quantum Computers Liam Critchley
Quantum computing, and quantum technologies in general, are theorized to be the next paradigm shift in high-performance technology. Much research is going into the physical infrastructure of quantum technologies, and superconducting circuits are one such option as the fundamental building blocks

Can Quantum Computing Actually Solve Anything Useful? SJ Barak
Those in quantum computing are inevitably asked, “What can a quantum computer do that a classical computer can’t?” Here, we discuss why we should continue to focus on quantum computing.

Will Quantum Computing Become Commoditized? SJ Barak
As quantum computing gains attention and as companies both small and large start getting involved, some believe the technology may eventually see the same commoditization as classical computers before them. Investors in the space, however, disagree.

Battle for Quantum Computing Developers Heats Up SJ Barak
Quantum computing continues to generate buzz. Previously rooted firmly in physicists’ realm, today’s quantum computing make it easier for non-physicists to get involved. The current talent pool is small and being snapped up fast.

An Introduction to Nanoelectronics Liam Critchley
As components need to get smaller to accommodate consumer needs, manufacturers need a way of doing this. Nanoelectronics is the creation of electrical components using nanomaterials that can not only reduce the size of the device, but also provide the same, if not better, performance.

Understanding How Quantum Technologies Can Work Liam Critchley
Quantum technologies are starting to be developed, and if realized to their full potential, will be able to outperform classical computing technologies in many ways. Here, we look at the theory behind how basic quantum technologies are starting to work and how certain functions will work in the future.

Quantum Computing, What Is It And Why Should We Care? SJ Barak
In this Q&A with bestselling author of Quantum Computing for Babies, William Hurley (Whurley), a visionary in the field who is on a mission to connect quantum hardware to the organizations who can use them, we discuss the basics of quantum computing and how engineers can get involved today.

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