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Electroluminescent diamonds could serve as the heart of quantum networks

Electroluminescent diamonds could serve as the heart of quantum networks But researchers might have solved one of the most challenging problems of quantum communications, by showing that diamonds can be used as ultra-bright single photon emitters.Until now, quantum dots have been the closest we’ve come to real-world quantum cryptographic systems, and bit leakage isn’t the only vulnerability in quantum cryptography.

Scientists develop a laser version of 'Maxwell's demon,' get closer to quantum computing

Scientists develop a laser version of 'Maxwell's demon,' get closer to quantum computing The researchers who did it believe this development will be useful for quantum computing.What makes this relevant to quantum computing is that the power to manipulate individual atoms makes it possible to induce quantum gates, to see if they’ll scale.

D-Wave's quantum computers take a quantum leap forward, now offer 2,000 qubits

D-Wave's quantum computers take a quantum leap forward, now offer 2,000 qubits The D-Wave 2000Q has 2,048 qubits; a substantial increase over the 1,000-qubit D-Wave 2X.“The combined power of the TDS / D-Wave quantum cyber solution will revolutionize secure communications, protect against insider threats, and assist in the identification of cyber adversaries and attack patterns,” said James Burrell, TDS Chief Technology Officer and former FBI Deputy Assistant Director.

IBM is making its quantum computer API available to the public

IBM is making its quantum computer API available to the public That company has taken the lead on quantum computing and provides its own 2048-bit quantum annealers for solving certain types of problems.Back in May 2016, IBM announced it would make its five-qubit universal quantum computer available to developers who applied for permission to use the system.