Quantum city simulation shows how to make Paris-sized quantum internet – New Scientist

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A simulated version of Paris where universities and telecommunication hubs are connected by a quantum communication network suggests that existing technology is already nearing the ability to create functional “quantum cities”
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An aerial photo taken over the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France at sunset with a wide view above the monument, with streets coming out like spokes from the monument at the center.

Researchers recently simulated a quantum network larger than the city of Paris, France

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Researchers recently simulated a quantum network larger than the city of Paris, France
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Soon, we may be living in quantum cities. A computer simulation of a city where universities, data centres and telecommunication hubs are connected by quantum internet suggests that existing technology is close to making it a reality.
In a quantum city, telecommunications and institutions that deal with vast quantities of data would be connected in a network that uses quantum devices instead of modems and routers. These devices would take advantage of quantum effects to make information sharing …
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