Turing QuBEs are equipped with Quantum Hard Drives, enabling the long-term storage of quantum information. This innovation sits at the heart of the Turing system, and it utilizes the same technology which is necessary to build a scalable quantum computing system.
Portable Quantum Hard Drives allow you to transport quantum entanglement. You become the distributor for your own quantum communications network.
Our system is designed with portability in mind and does not require ultra-low temperature cooling, vacuums or high-powered laser control. Constructed as self-contained units, our quantum hard-drive technology allows for the creation, distribution and consumption of quantum entanglement for any task, from distributing secure cryptographic keys to providing the communications backbone to a global quantum internet.
As self-contained modular systems, our harddrive resource relies solely on established global logistics channels for deployment, carrying entanglement around the world. Compared to a quantum satellite breaking or an underwater optical cable being destroyed, service and maintenance are trivial.
There are 1500 or so pieces of error correction installed in your phone and other electronic devices. They run silently and smoothly. They remove noise for your applications to run in the first place, so you, as the user, do not have to think about it. This is critical for quantum chipsets too, without this, the application layer simply will not run. At Turing, we control the “online” and “offline” data loads of the quantum chipsets at runtime.
With a network model consisting of thousands or even millions of QuBEs, we can build a widely distributed quantum network, with no single point of failure. Physical QuBEs are always on the move and continually generating new quantum entanglement computing links, which can be used at any time— not just the instant that they’re made.