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Interconnection Networks for Scalable Quantum Computers

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4 Author(s)
Isailovic, N. ; Comput. Sci. Div., California Univ., Berkeley, CA ; Patel, Y. ; Whitney, M. ; Kubiatowicz, J.

We show that the problem of communication in a quantum computer reduces to constructing reliable quantum channels by distributing high-fidelity EPR pairs. We develop analytical models of the latency, bandwidth, error rate and resource utilization of such channels, and show that 100s of qubits must be distributed to accommodate a single data communication. Next, we show that a grid of teleportation nodes forms a good substrate on which to distribute EPR pairs. We also explore the control requirements for such a network. Finally, we propose a specific routing architecture and simulate the quantum Fourier transform to demonstrate the impact of resource contention

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Computer Architecture, 2006. ISCA '06. 33rd International Symposium on

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