Researchers in North America have discovered a way to make qubits more stable with a technique called as "Second Dimension Of Time"
By shining the quasi-periodic laser pulse inside a quantum computer the researchers have dramatically improved the stability of trapped ion quit which will boost the performance error.
Information stored in the new phase of matter is more protected against errors than information stored with the conventional set-ups currently used in quantum computers.
Quantum computers use elements called qubits to store and handle the information
Interacting with these qubits messes with their states leading to problems and errors.
The scientist was therefore looking for ways to make these qubits more robust.