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What is a quantum network made of?

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Research at QuTech

A multinode quantum network

Researchers at QuTech have built and demonstrated the first entanglement-based network connecting multiple quantum processors. This quantum network is composed of three independent nodes (Alice, Bob, and Charlie) that are based on nitrogen-vacancy centres in diamond. The results serve as a proof-of-principle of two key quantum network protocols: multipartite entanglement distribution across all nodes and any-to-any connectivity via entanglement swapping: Alice and Charlie are connected via quantum entanglement even without a direct physical link.