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Researchers entangle quantum memory at facilities over 50km apart, Ars Technica

      Distributed memory –

             

But the entanglement takes longer than the memory holds its state.

      

      

        

While quantum computers can do interesting things without dedicated memory, memory would provide a lot of flexibility in terms of the sorts of algorithms they could run and how quantum systems can interact with each other and the outside world. Building quantum memory is extremely challenging

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