Abstract

We examine the entanglement properties of a system that represents two driven microwave cavities, each optomechanically coupled to two separate driven optical cavities, which are connected by a single-mode optical fiber. The results suggest that it may be possible to achieve near-maximal entanglement of the microwave cavities, thus allowing a teleportation scheme to enable interactions for hybrid quantum computing of superconducting qubits with optical interconnects.

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