Intel hopes its new chip, “Horse Ridge”, will make its quantum computers more practical to produce in the future. Photo: ReutersIntel hopes its new chip, “Horse Ridge”, will make its quantum computers more practical to produce in the future. Photo: Reuters
Intel hopes its new chip, “Horse Ridge”, will make its quantum computers more practical to produce in the future. Photo: Reuters

Intel creates chip to shrink equipment needed to control quantum computers to tea cup saucer size

  • Intel Corp on Monday announced a new chip called “Horse Ridge”, designed to shrink the equipment needed to control quantum computers
  • The company hopes the chip will make its quantum computers more practical to produce in the future
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Intel hopes its new chip, “Horse Ridge”, will make its quantum computers more practical to produce in the future. Photo: ReutersIntel hopes its new chip, “Horse Ridge”, will make its quantum computers more practical to produce in the future. Photo: Reuters
Intel hopes its new chip, “Horse Ridge”, will make its quantum computers more practical to produce in the future. Photo: Reuters
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