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Atom by atom: Fabricating materials for a quantum computer

Topological qubits will be one of the key ingredients in the Microsoft plan to bring a powerful, scalable quantum computing solution to the world. Providing increased resistance to outside interference, topological qubits create a more stable foundation than conventional qubits. This increased stability allows the quantum computer to perform computations that can uncover solutions to...

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Six questions to ask when getting started with quantum development

If you’re thinking about getting into quantum development, you probably have a few questions. What can you do with it? How different is quantum compared to your current skills? And how steep is the learning curve? It might surprise you to find out that quantum development is easier to learn than you thought. This post...

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The Microsoft approach to quantum computing

From development to deployment, Microsoft is empowering the quantum revolution with a complete approach to quantum systems. Highlighting our focus on scalability and outlining the full quantum stack—including control system, software, development tools, and Microsoft Azure integration—this post illustrates how our approach creates an integrated, streamlined environment for quantum processing....

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Achieving practical quantum computing

To gain a broader understanding of quantum computing, check out this comprehensive overview from Microsoft Quantum Architect Dave Wecker. You’ll learn how quantum computing is different from classical computing, the types of problems a quantum computer can solve, and what makes topological qubits so unique....

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