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-A detailed and popular discussion of the future of communication technology, as well as specific parameters and capabilities of modern quantum systems are available on the [[http://​phys.org/​news/​2013-09-crystal-quantum-memories.html|Phys.org]] website. The principal advantages of using a solid-state quantum memory on rare-earth ion doped crystals ​as well as the prospects of their use for quantum devices are discussed. In an interview with Professor Nicolas Gisin talks about the recent achievements of our group in the direction of a quantum repeater within the framework of the European [[http://​quantumrepeaters.eu/​|QUREP]] project.+A detailed and popular discussion of the future of communication technology, as well as specific parameters and capabilities of modern quantum systems are available on the [[http://​phys.org/​news/​2013-09-crystal-quantum-memories.html|Phys.org]] website. The principal advantages of using a solid-state quantum memory on rare-earth ion doped crystals ​and the prospects of their use for quantum devices are discussed. In an interview with Professor Nicolas Gisin talks about the recent achievements of our group in the direction of a quantum repeater within the framework of the European [[http://​quantumrepeaters.eu/​|QUREP]] project.
  
 Research into the strange phenomenon known as quantum entanglement - once described as '​spooky'​ by Albert Einstein - could revolutionise ICT over the coming years, enabling everything from ultra-fast computing to completely secure long-distance communications...[[http://​phys.org/​news/​2013-09-crystal-quantum-memories.html|Read more>>>​]] Research into the strange phenomenon known as quantum entanglement - once described as '​spooky'​ by Albert Einstein - could revolutionise ICT over the coming years, enabling everything from ultra-fast computing to completely secure long-distance communications...[[http://​phys.org/​news/​2013-09-crystal-quantum-memories.html|Read more>>>​]]