Berkeley, California, January 31, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Atom Computing was selected by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to investigate how atomic arrangements of neutral atoms could accelerate the path to fault-tolerant quantum computing. rice field.
The company received project awards and funding to develop next-generation systems as part of DARPA’s Underexplored Systems for Utility-Scale Quantum Computing (US2QC) program. According to DARPA, a primary goal of the US2QC program is to determine whether unexplored approaches to quantum computing can achieve practical-scale operation much sooner than previous predictions.
In this project, Atom Computing will focus on the scalability of atomic array-based quantum computing and the ability of companies to manufacture systems based on this technology. Atom Computing provided an early demonstration of its speed and technology scalability by developing the fastest 100-qubit prototype and demonstrating record coherence times.
This DARPA-sponsored project explores new ways to scale the number of qubits in larger systems, an additional layer of entangled connectivity for faster performance, and a broader set of quantum errors for fault tolerance. Investigate correction algorithms.
“There are a number of engineering challenges that must be overcome to realize the scaling benefits of our quantum computing technology. DARPA support will allow us to accelerate development time.” Rob Hayes, CEO of Atom Computing. “We are honored to be selected for such an important program to move Atom Computing forward. usa Towards practical-scale quantum computing. ”
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Atom Computing uses atomic arrangements of optically trapped neutral atoms to build scalable quantum computers. For more information, visit atom-computing.com.Also, LinkedIn and twitter.
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