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August 27th, 2004
Quantum computers get in tune
The quantum computer will transform information technology, providing vastly increased computational power while side-stepping the technical hurdles of miniaturization by embodying computer logic in a completely new architecture. The only problem is that no one knows how to make one. Now two researchers have a new proposal for performing quantum computation in the solid state, which involves using nanoscale meachnical resonators to couple the quantum bits (qubits) of such a device.
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