Global Cloud Computing Optical Component Market 2021 Key Drivers – NXP Semiconductor, International Business Machines Corporation, Infinera Corporation, Microsoft Corporation

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Optical Fiber Brings Universal Quantum Computing Closer | Research & Technology | Mar 2021

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GAITHERSBURG, Md., March 25, 2021 — Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) measured and controlled a superconducting qubit using optical fiber rather than metal electrical wires. The work paves the way to being able to pack a million qubits into a quantum computer rather than just a few thousand and introduces the possibility of a universal quantum computer capable of solving the most difficult equations. Superconducting circuits are a leading technology for making quantum computers because they are reliable and easily mass produced. But these circuits must operate at cryogenic temperatures, and schemes for wiring them to room-temperature electronics are complex and prone to overheating the qubits. Conventional cryostats — supercold dilution refrigerators — with metal wiring can support only thousands of...

POET Technologies Inc says its computing-focused Optical Interposer is ‘production-ready’

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() () President & General Manager Vivek Rajgarhia tells Proactive the Toronto-based design and development company's Optical Interposer is now production-ready. Rajgarhia says the Optical Interposer brings value to any device or system that integrates electronics and photonics, including growth areas of computing like Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, and high-speed networking for cloud service providers and data centers. Source...