S. Korean quantum computing scientists working on next-generation networks…
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S. Korean quantum computing scientists working on next-generation networks…

now many countries around the world are
racing to develop a supercomputer based on the quantum physics South Korea
researchers have been developing innovative ways to turn quantum
computing into reality our ASEAN has more on how this could
become reality in our daily lives South Korean researchers are working on
the building blocks of supercomputing networks that are hundreds of thousands
of times faster and more secure than present-day technology quantum computing
researchers at Korea Institute of Science and Technology have develop ways
to use diamond structures to generate qubits normal computer store and send
data in binary form as either ones or zeros however quantum computers use
qubits which can exist as a 1 and a 0 at the same time in what’s called a state
of superposition as both possibilities exist this increases the amount of data
the computer can store or process meaning it can run through all possible
outcomes at once however it’s not just the number of qubits that matter as
they’re largely volatile keeping them isolated and in a workable state is one
of the biggest hurdles in quantum computing we use spin qubits to develop
our system the advantage of using nitrogen vacancy color centers in
diamonds to make qubits allows them to work better at room temperature and
there is also good connectivity with photons we can also incorporate
semiconductor processes to produce qubits scientists around the world are
working to obtain the quantum advantage or reach the point where quantum
computers can significantly be traditional computers at solving complex
problems most expect this would require at least 5200 stable qubits quantum
cryptography is another promising field being the closest commercial application
of quantum technology from using secured Wi-Fi to controlling power grids
encrypted networks are vital to security on individual business and national
levels using the quantum principles of physics could help make networks
unhackable a secret key is distributed between two parties and cannot be
intercepted without collapsing traditional networks are secured of
mathematical problems or encryption which can be resolved and less hacked
but by using random values and the BBA t4 protocol we can check elevates to
detect hacking attempts while quantum network equipment has mostly enabled
data centers to connect with a single receiver or client we have successfully
tested a system with multiple receivers hands team aims to develop this multiple
receiver system and make the equipment smaller while increasing the distance of
data transfers Korea science ministry aims to invest more than 37 million u.s.
dollars over the next five years to develop a five qubit quantum computer
and a hundred qubit machine by 2027 Oh Sooyoung Arirang news

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