Abstract

Quantum teleportation of the quantum correlated states via noisy channels is investigated. The noisy channels are realized by a couple of two-level atoms (qubits) embedded in a zero-temperature bosonic bath. The entanglement of the channels is provided by the interqubit interaction and/or through the memory of the environment. Especially for the case of noninteracting qubits, the resource of the teleportation can be supplied by the entangled state of the channel, which is provided by information backflow in the non-Markovian regime of the evolution. More non-Markovianity of the dynamics generates a higher amount of induced entanglement and hence enhances the quality of the quantum correlation teleportation process. When the degree of non-Markovianity of dynamics is sufficiently high, quantum teleportation, which is superior to classical communication, is achievable.

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