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Major Leap for Quantum Internet with First-Ever Critical Connection Achieved

In a pioneering achievement, researchers from Imperial College London, in collaboration with the Universities of Southampton, Stuttgart, and Wurzburg, have established a crucial connection necessary for the quantum internet, allowing for the first time the production, storage, and retrieval of quantum information. This advancement marks a significant milestone in quantum networking, essential for secure communications and distributed computing. Scientists have developed a system that combines quantum dot technology with atomic quantum memory, efficiently interfacing these components to enable long-distance quantum communication via standard optical fibers. This breakthrough, detailed at Imperial’s website, opens new avenues for robust quantum networks, leveraging entangled photons for secure information transfer over long distances without the risk of eavesdropping.

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