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Deterministic Storage and Retrieval of Telecom Light from a Quantum Dot Single-Photon Source Interfaced with an Atomic Quantum Memory

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We demonstrate deterministic storage and retrieval of light from a semiconductor quantum dot single-photon source in an atomic ensemble quantum memory at telecommunications wavelengths, which is a long sought-after goal in photonic quantum technologies.

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