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Quantum computing

Quantum RAM

Hybrid quantum systems have been suggested as a potential route to building a quantum computer. The latest research shows that they offer a robust solution to developing a form of random access memory for such a machine.

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Figure 1: Scheme for a hybrid quantum computer.

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Blencowe, M. Quantum RAM. Nature 468, 44–45 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/468044a

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