Intel's cryogenic Horse Ridge chip aims to make quantum computers faster and smaller

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The chip uses radiofrequency capabilities to control 128 qubits with a single device

Intel and QuTech, a Dutch quantum computing research organisation, have outlined technical details for a cryogenic control chip intended to make quantum computers faster and smaller. Dubbed Hors...

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