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Single Atom Stores Quantum Info

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GARCHING, Germany, May 9, 2011 — Quantum information has been stored in a single rubidium atom, a technique that can be used in principle to design powerful quantum computers and to network them with each other across large distances. Quantum computers will one day be able to cope with computational tasks in no time, where current computers would take years. They will take their enormous computing power from their ability to simultaneously process the diverse pieces of information that are stored in the quantum state of microscopic physical systems, such as single atoms and photons. Researchers at Max Planck...Read full article

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