|An international research group claims to have taken an essential step towards silicon-based quantum computing by entangling 10 billion identical quantum bits, or "qubits", inside a silicon crystal. This is the first time that "ensemble entanglement" has been demonstrated in a solid-state device, they claim.|
|Stephanie Simmons at the University of Oxford and an international team have now demonstrated the principle of this approach by producing qubits by doping a silicon crystal with phosphorous atoms. By cooling their material to 3 K and exposing it to radio and microwave pulses, Simmons and her colleagues were able to create 1010 pairs of entangled electrons and phosphorous nuclei in what they call a "spin ensemble". They confirm the entanglement to a fidelity of 98% through the emission of microwaves from the silicon crystal.|
So I need to cool it to 3K, but it can fold like only a quantum computer can. Where can I get an operating system for this?