quantum computing

Conceptual diagram of the world’s fastest two-qubit gate. Two atoms captured in optical tweezers (red light) with a separation of a micrometre are manipulated by an ultrafast laser pulse (blue light) shone for only 10 picoseconds. (Image: Dr Takafumi Tomita)

Researchers achieve 'breakthrough' in the realisation of ultrafast quantum computers

An exceptionally fast qubit gate has been developed, representing completely new quantum computer hardware that breaks through the limitations of previous formats

Dr Peter Leibinger, CTO of Trumpf, speaking at the World of Quantum forum at Laser World of Photonics. Credit: Matthew Dale

Quantum race will be long: Peter Leibinger in Munich

Dr Peter Leibinger, CTO of Trumpf, has called for a joined-up strategy on quantum technologies on the first day of Laser World of Photonics in Munich

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