The University of New South Wales (UNSW) Sydney led three new studies explaining why quantum computers can be produced at a larger scale.
“Today’s publication in Nature shows our operations were 99 percent error-free. When the errors are so rare, it becomes possible to detect them and correct them when they occur,” said Professor Andrea Morello, the leading expert in the new research.
Quantum Computers To Be Mass-Produced?
She added that the studies’ results show that it is now possible to manufacture quantum computers that have enough power and scale to handle complicated computations, as reported by SciTech Daily.
According to Independent UK’s latest report, the new studies revealed that the advanced computers are now more compatible with the existing manufacturing machines.
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Once there are enough quantum computers, the world can have more computing power and more efficient calculating capabilities, which can be applied in various industries.
Thanks to USNW experts’ efforts, this can soon be a reality. Professor Morello explained that achieving less than 1% error rate is essential in producing quantum computers.
She added that since it has now been achieved, tech firms can now start designing silicon quantum processors on a much larger scale.
Once quantum computers are available on a larger scale, many industries can benefit from these advanced computing technologies.
People in the automotive, financial, chemical, and pharmaceutical industries are the ones that can greatly benefit from the arrival of quantum computers.
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