The first universal quantum network

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German scientists have created the first quantum network that could be feasible scaled up to become a "quantum internet what does that mean?

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The first universal quantum network

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 Hi,

A Quantum is one of tiniest particles in the universe; actually it is a particle of light, or what we usually call a photon.

Quantum network, is a network where information exchanged between different nodes is coded and encrypted with a certain Key, this key should be know by all the nodes, so we will need to send it to all the nodes, what make this network, special, is that this key is sent coded within the Quantum or photon, this make the code of this network unbreakable.

A team of Germen scientist succeeded to make the first Quantum network, this a is a big step toward Quantum internet.

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When a chip is crammed with some component it just change its physical limit. The quantum method is just like the crammed chip which turns as a biggest revolution for the networking system. Quantum networks evolve from the study of Quantum cryptography and the idea of a quantum network emerged after the successful experiment on quantum teleportation.

When two different companies (one from Australia, 'Canberra', and another from the USA, 'Arizona') released practical communication devices based on the rules of quantum mechanics, then the need for a secure network capacity of utilizing the quantum principles was emerged. Those networks are known as quantum communication networks now a day. In this network system the data files are being communicated as quantum states through the technology of entanglement through an optical fiber link (which connects worldwide).

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