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Google Cloud and SpaceX sign major computing deal

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Google and SpaceX have signed a deal to install Starlink terminals at Google Cloud’s data centers around the world.The companies say the agreement is mutually beneficial, as it will allow SpaceX to utilize the power of cloud for Starlink customers, while extending the satellite network’s speedy internet to Google’s enterprise cloud customers.“Combining Starlink’s high-speed, low-latency broadband with Google’s infrastructure and capabilities provides global organizations with the secure and fast connection that modern organizations expect,” said SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell.Elon Musk’s space company, which forged a similar agreement with Microsoft’s Azure cloud service last year, will install the first Starlink terminal at Google’s data center in New Albany, Ohio. Secure data deliveryOnce the...

UCD spin-out reveals ‘major milestone’ for quantum computing

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Silicon-based quantum computing company Equal1 says it is the first company to demonstrate a fully integrated quantum processing unit operating at 3.7 Kelvin. Equal1, a spin-out from University College Dublin (UCD), has made what it’s referring to as a “major breakthrough” for the quantum computing industry. It announced today (13 May) that it is the first company to demonstrate a fully integrated quantum processor unit (QPU) operating at 3.7 Kelvin. Founded by Dirk Leipold, Mike Asker and Prof R Bogdan Staszewski, Equal1 is split between Dublin and Fremont, California. The company was named NovaUCD’s spin-out of the year in March. Its finding addresses one of the biggest challenges in quantum computing: scaling the number of qubits so that a quantum computer can solve real-world problems. Equal1’s quantum processing unit has patented...

Researchers confront major hurdle in quantum computing

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A quantum processor semiconductor chip is shown connected to a circuit board. Credit: University of Rochester photo / J. Adam Fenster In a series of papers, Rochester researchers report major strides in improving the transfer of information in quantum systems. Quantum science has the potential to revolutionize modern technology with more efficient computers, communication, and sensing devices. But challenges remain in achieving these technological goals, especially when it comes to effectively transferring information in quantum systems. A regular computer consists of billions of...

Researchers confront major hurdle in quantum computing : NewsCenter

Researchers confront major hurdle in quantum computing NewsCenter
May 4, 2021 A quantum processor semiconductor chip is shown connected to a circuit board. (University of Rochester photo / J. Adam Fenster) In a series of papers, Rochester researchers report major strides in improving the transfer of information in quantum systems. Quantum science has the potential to revolutionize modern technology with more efficient computers, communication, and sensing devices. But challenges remain in achieving these technological goals, especially when it comes to effectively transferring information in quantum systems. A regular computer consists of billions of transistors, called bits. Quantum computers, on the other hand, are based on quantum bits, also known as qubits, which can be made from a single electron. Unlike ordinary transistors, which can be either...