Atom Computing Wins the Race to 1000 Qubits [01-11-2023]
Atom Computing, a developer of neutral atom-based quantum computers, today announced it has built a 1,225-site atomic array that contains 1,180 qubits. This follows building a 100-qubit system, named Phoenix, in 2021. While there are no beta users for the new device, which won’t be broadly available until sometime in 2024, Atom Computing becomes the first quantum company to reach the 1000-qubit milestone in a gate-based system. The new device passes the 433-qubit mark
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