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Assembly and Coherent Control of a Register of Nuclear Spin Qubits | Nature

June 7, 2022
FoThe generation of a register of highly coherent, but independent, qubits is a prerequisite to performing universal quantum computation. Here we introduce a qubit encoded in two nuclear spin states of a single 87Sr atom and demonstrate coherence approaching the minute-scale within an assembled register of individually-controlled qubits. While other systems have shown impressive coherence times […]
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Establishing World-Record Coherence Times on Nuclear Spin qubits made from neutral atoms

May 19, 2022
When building a quantum computer, the need to isolate qubits from environmental effects must be balanced against the need to engineer site-specific, controllable interactions with external fields. In our paper recently published in Nature Communications, we show results from our first-generation quantum computing system called Phoenix, which successfully navigates these competing requirements while demonstrating the capability to load more than 100 qubits.
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Quantum Computing Value as it Scales to Thousands of Qubits

May 18, 2022
Rob Hays, CEO Rob Hays discusses Atom Computing’s architecture of nuclear-spin qubits made from neutral atoms. He shares how the technology will enable large-scale quantum computers and the necessity for coherent, error-corrected systems -- exploring applications and use-cases that quantum computing can help solve as the system scales to 1,000s of qubits and beyond.
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Building Scalable Quantum Computers from Arrays of Neutral Atoms

May 17, 2022
Krish Kotru, Quantum Engineering Manager Arrays of neutral atoms have emerged as a more promising platform for scalable quantum computation due to the rapid advancements in optical trapping and controlling of individually trapped atoms. Krish discusses the technology enabling the assembly of such arrays and recent results demonstrating parallel coherent control and world-record coherence times. […]
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Highly Coherent Qubits and the Path to Error Correction

May 17, 2022
Jonathan King, Co-Founder & Chief Scientist Realizing the full value of quantum computing will require error correction to suppress the errors intrinsic to quantum systems. Practically, this requires high-quality qubits in a sufficiently large quantity. Jonathan discusses the application of error correction in quantum computing and describes a path to error correction with neutral atoms.
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How Boutique Quantum Specialist Firms are Addressing Industry Applications with Atom Computing

May 17, 2022
Denise Ruffner, Chief Business Officer, Atom ComputingMarkus Braun, Founder and Managing Director, JoS QuantumRafael Sotelo, Co-Founder, Quantum SouthTennin Yan, QunaSys Quantum has the potential to solve challenging computation challenges across a variety of industries. While there is growing consensus on the types of problems addressable through quantum (optimization, machine learning acceleration, and simulation), the development […]
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The Truth About Scaling Quantum Computing

May 9, 2022
“Is quantum computing real?” While sensational in many respects, the report raises important questions about whether quantum computing systems actually exist, how useful are they in solving computation problems, and what is hype vs. reality.
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Atom Computing Joins Forces with University of Colorado Boulder’s CUbit Quantum Initiative to Accelerate Quantum Innovation

February 16, 2022
CEO Rob Hays discusses the importance of the quantum ecosystem, and why Atom Computing is joining forces with CUbit Quantum Initiative to accelerate R&D and workforce development.
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2022 Quantum Computing Tech Predictions

January 7, 2022
CEO Rob Hays lays out his top six tech predictions for 2022.
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The Building Blocks for Quantum Advantage

November 30, 2021
Imagine a world where researchers could discover a new drug or cure that’s not even possible today due to computing limitations, or where companies dealing with complex logistical challenges could predict, model and simulate new delivery routes in a matter of minutes. How might this be possible one day … fast forward to quantum computing.
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