Entanglement "on demand" sets the stage for quantum internet

With more sensitive data than ever being shared – and stolen – online, more secure connections are desperately needed. The answer could be a quantum internet, where information is passed almost instantaneously between nodes that have been quantum entangled, and are physically unhackable since any unauthorized observation of the data will scramble it. Researchers at Delft University of Technology have now overcome a major hurdle to that technology, by generating quantum links faster than they deteriorate…
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