On Topic: Taking the Quantum Leap

Continued progress in controlling, detecting, and manipulating single quantum objects, like photons, atoms, and electrons, has opened the door for commercialization of new quantum-based systems.

The principles of quantum mechanics are enabling new functions and applications not currently achievable with classical physics-based technologies. As researchers push quantum mechanics closer to real-world applications, it's clear the time for quantum has arrived.

Continued progress in controlling, detecting, and manipulating single quantum objects, like photons, atoms, and electrons, has opened the door for commercialization of new quantum-based systems including quantum sensors for extreme sensitivity and precision, quantum communications for secure links, and quantum computing for powerful computational speeds.

Read on to learn more about the latest advances in quantum photonics.

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