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Demonstration of chip-to-chip quantum teleportation

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We report the first experimental demonstration of chip-to-chip teleportation of quantum states of light. Integrated quantum transceivers in silicon are able to prepare, manipulate, distribute and transceive quantum photonic states with high fidelity.

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