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100-Qubit quantum computing system unveiled

Atomic computingQuantum computing startups announced the launch of quantum computing systems with unparalleled capabilities. The company’s first-generation Phoenix system can encapsulate up to 100 qubits, which are said to be “unusually” stable with long coherence times, thereby providing great performance potential. In addition, the company announced that it has received more than $15 million in Series A financing and has hired a new CEO.

Atom Computing’s Phoenix can capture 100 atomic qubits (alkaline earth elements) in a vacuum chamber with optical tweezers. Then, lasers are used to manipulate the quantum state of the atomic qubits. The company claims that its qubits are very stable and have a very long coherence time (ie more than 100 milliseconds), which makes Atom Computing’s Phoenix suitable for complex calculations.

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