SEEQC, a Quantum Computing Startup, Debuted a Digital Chip that Runs at Exceptionally Low Temperatures.


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SEEQC, a quantum computing start-up based in New York, reported on Wednesday that it had created a digital chip that will interact with quantum processors located predominantly in cryogenic chambers at temperatures colder than outer space. When the quantum processors and computers are wired at room temperature, temperature variations slow the speed. SEEQC has ingeniously built the quantum computer that resolves such issues and is trying to modify it with its new digital chip that reads out the findings while handling the qubits.

Read more: Quantum computer startup SEEQC unveils digital chip that operates at super cold temp

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