The world's first pure silicon quantum computer ch

2022-08-09
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Before the birth of the world's first pure silicon quantum computer chip, various architectures have been tested around the world, and the first quantum computer processor with millions of "quantum bits" has been launched. These include silicon spin qubits, ion traps, superconducting cycles, diamond vacancies, and complementary qubits. Unfortunately, in all the above architectures, qubits are quite fragile and prone to computational errors. Even quantum processors that contain only a few qubits are usually too large to be produced on a large scale. The good news is that researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia have developed a new chip design to solve these two pain points at the same time

traditional computers use "ordinary bits" composed of "0" and "1" when calculating and storing information. However, the "qubit" of quantum computer can accomplish the same task faster and better in a different way with the help of quantum physical phenomena and superimposing any combination of "0" and "1" at the same time. This new technology is expected to trigger a revolution in the field of climate and drug research. At present, various architectures have been tested all over the world, and the first quantum computer processor integrating millions of pet (ethyl 2-benzoate) plastic chips to purify "qubits" has been launched

these include silicon spin qubits, ion traps, superconducting cycles, diamond vacancies, and complementary qubits. Unfortunately, in all the above architectures, qubits are quite fragile and prone to computational errors

even quantum processors that contain only a few qubits in Fujian are usually too large to be produced on a large scale. The good news is that researchers from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia have developed a new chip design to solve these two pain points at the same time

Researchers at UNSW prefer to use silicon spin quantum computing method, because it can reuse the existing silicon-based microprocessor technology

according to a paper recently published in the Journal naturecommunications, this is a new computing chip designed based on the "complementary metal oxide semiconductor" (CMOS) process

this silicon quantum processor is composed of a huge two-dimensional qubit array, which uses traditional silicon transistors to control the spin of qubits, and uses two qubits to handle logical interaction

in the first paper, Dr. mennoveldhorst said:

by selecting an electrode on the qubit, we can control the spin of a qubit, which stores the quantum binary code of '0' or '1'. However, the quantum GB 6096 (2) 009-t safety belt test method stipulates the static load test method of the main belt and safety rope. Selecting electrodes between bits can perform logical interaction or operation on two qubits

the research team said that all the key components required for quantum computing can be realized in a single chip, and all goods in the store are green wrapped. In addition, the architecture of the chip contains error correction codes that rely on storing multiple qubits of a single data, which is specially designed for spin qubits

in order to prepare for production, UNSW team expects to make some necessary modifications to the chip design. On the other hand, they are proud of the speed of achieving the current milestone, because they created a double qubit logic gate two years ago and demonstrated how to perform quantum computing on silicon chips

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