Networks: Physicists Foretell Quantum Internet With Entangled Photon Router
Networks: Physicists Foretell Quantum Internet With Entangled Photon Router
                                       

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First teleportation between macroscopic objects leads the way to a quantum internet

www.extremetech.com
The long-range teleportation barrier has already been broken multiple times, but the information being transported, such as a single quantum bit (qubit), has always been relatively small, usually between two photons. This time around, a team of physicists have managed to transport information from one macroscopic (visible to the naked...
First teleportation between macroscopic objects leads the way to a quantum internet
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Need speed? Verizon offers ultra-fast Quantum Internet service

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The carrier bumps its fastest home Internet offering to 300 megabits per second, which should satisfy even the most hardcore user. [Read more]...
Need speed? Verizon offers ultra-fast Quantum Internet service

Scientists create the first universal quantum network, are scared to restart the router

www.engadget.com
We all know that most networks are, well, just not "quantumy" enough. Good news, then, that German boffins at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics have created the first "universal quantum network." We've been hearing about plain old quantum computing since the first qubit was sent, but now we...
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