In a big day of news out of the ANU science department we’ve got a great leap forward in quantum computing:
ANU PhD student Seiji Armstrong has made a quantum leap towards next-generation computing.
Working with a team in Tokyo, Seiji has created the largest cluster of quantum systems ever – a milestone on the way to super-powerful, super-fast quantum computers.
“The more quantum systems you have in the cluster, the more powerful your quantum computer will be,” he says.
“Previously the world record was 14. But in our experiment we went to more than 10,000 at once.”
No more secrets!