New kind of quantum computer moves closer
A U.S. physicist has shown it is feasible to read data stored in the magnetic 'spins' of phosphorus atoms - a step toward creating a superfast computer.
'Our work represents a breakthrough in the search for a nanoscopic mechanism that could be used for a data readout device,' said Christoph Boehme, assistant professor of physics at the University of Utah.
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