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Intel claims to have achieved a milestone in efforts to produce silicon spin qubit devices using existing manufacturing processes, a move they think might pave the way for large-scale production of quantum computers. The chip giant said the Intel Labs and Intel Components Research organizations have demonstrated "the industry' …

  1. pip25

    1.7 Kelvin?

    I guess Intel will actually have a valid reason for changing the socket layout this time, since I suspect my existing cooling setup may not be up to the task.

  2. Neil Barnes Silver badge

    quantum cryoprober

    And in the other hand, a sonic screwdriver?

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Cooler than vaporware

    It's Quantum Condensateware.

  4. luptonma

    Where is your Intel bunny suit man?

    The bearded man with the fuzzy jacket holding the 300 mm wafer in his bare hands is definitely going to reduce the qubit yeild on that wafer.

    Whatever happend to the old Intel that religiously followed clean room protocols back in the Pentium days?

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