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The quantum internet has taken a major step forward

The development of a so-called quantum internet may have just seen a significant breakthrough, experts have declared.

Research from a team Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada published in the scientific journal Nature (opens in new tab) provides proof of principle that T centers, a specific luminescent defect in silicon, can provide a ‘photonic link’ between qubits (quantum computing’s counterpart to the binary digit or bit of classical computing).

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