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+ - Diamond shows promise for a quantum Internet->

Submitted by ananyo
ananyo (2519492) writes "A future quantum version of the Internet might be built from diamond crystals rather than silicon chips. Physicists report that they have entangled information kept in pieces of diamond 3 metres apart, so that measuring the state of one quantum bit (qubit) instantly fixes the state of the other — a step necessary for exchanging quantum information over large distances (abstract)."
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