By Greg Gao
China’s tech titan Huawei published several patent information recently, one of which is called “Superconducting Quantum Chip”, and the publication number is CN115271077A, according to Tianyancha, China’s corporate data and due diligence platform.
The patent summary shows that this application discloses a superconducting quantum chip. Huawei’s new technology could reduce crosstalk between qubits, said the summary.
A report from market intelligence firm IDC shows that the global quantum computing market will grow from $412 million in 2020 to $8.6 billion in 2027, with a compound annual growth rate of more than 50%.
Huawei has been investing in research and development of quantum computing since 2017, and has published a series of patent papers on the technology, including “a quantum chip and quantum computer”, “a control method for qubits in a superconducting chip and related equipment”, and “superconducting quantum computing system and quantum computer bit manipulation method” and other patents.
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