Engadget reported that scientists at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft have revealed that they can “reliably teleport” quantum information stored in one diamond to another up to 3 meters away. However, they are eager to move beyond that distance.
As quoted in the market news:
In a research article published today in Science, the team described how they used quantum-entangled particles to consistently transmit data from one nitrogen-infused bit of diamond to another.
There have been other recent quantum teleportation successes, but reliability and repeatability have been a concern. After all, a communication method that only works once every few thousand or even million attempts isn’t all that appealing. The breakthrough here, though, is that the team reports more accurate and more consistent quantum teleportation than what’s been done before.