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Diraq revolutionises quantum computing with breakthrough discovery in operating processors

Engineers at Diraq, an Australian startup specialising in quantum processor development, have achieved a significant milestone in quantum computing by enabling quantum processors to function at temperatures much warmer than previously thought feasible.

Archer Materials becomes first Australian business to join World Economic Forum’s C4IR Partnership

Archer Materials Limited, a semiconductor company that advances the quantum computing and medical diagnostics industries, has become the first Australian company to partner with the World Economic Forum's Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR), creating new opportunities for Archer Materials.

Jellybean quantum dots serve as solution for overcrowded circuitry – UNSW scientists say

Engineers at UNSW Sydney have taken a major step towards solving a long-standing problem about giving qubits – the basic units of quantum information – more breathing space by developing a jellybean-shaped quantum dot.

UNSW Sydney-led research paves the way for novel type of quantum bit

A team led by Professor Andrea Morello at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney has just exhibited the operation of a new type of quantum bit called a 'flip-flop' qubit, which combines the quantum properties of single atoms with easy controllability using electric signals similar to those used in standard computer chips.

Archer achieves milestone in 12CQ chip development with electronic transport in single qubit

Archer Materials Limited (ASX:AXE) has achieved electronic transport in a single qubit at room temperature, the materials technology company announced today.  The latest achievement is...

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