On December 4, according to foreign media reports, Intel launched the second generation of low temperature control chip horse ridge II at the Intel lab virtual activity on Thursday local time, which is another milestone in overcoming the scalability of one of the biggest obstacles to quantum computing.
It is reported that the horse ridge II is manufactured using Intel's 22nm FinFET (22ffl) process. Intel said it supports enhanced capabilities and higher levels of integration to control quantum systems concisely.
In 2019, Intel launched the first low temperature control chip, horse ridge, to control multiple qubits. Today, the company has launched the second generation of low temperature control chip, horse ridge II.
This new development is said to make it easier, cheaper and easier to manage to build multiple qubit quantum computers.