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Pasqal traps more than 1,000 atoms in quantum processor

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  • Neutral atom-based quantum developer Pasqal has launched a quantum processor that can trap over 1,110 atoms within approximately 2,000 traps.

  • This quantum processor traps single rubidium atoms in large arrays of optical tweezers, comprising up to 2,088 sites, within a cryogenic environment at 6 Kelvin. Pasqual also demonstrated the atom-by-atom rearrangement of an 828-atom target array using moving optical tweezers controlled by a field-programmable gate array (FPGA).

  • According to Pasqal, the ability to trap and manipulate over 1,000 atoms represents a significant advancement toward creating scalable quantum processors capable of solving complex problems that are currently beyond the abilities of classical computers.

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