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Quantum network communication is challenging, as the No-Cloning theorem in quantum regime makes many classical techniques inapplicable. For long-distance communication, the only viable approach is teleportation of quantum states, which requires a prior distribution of entangled pairs (EPs) of qubits. Establishment of EPs across remote nodes can incur significant latency due to the low probability of success of the underlying physical processes. To reduce EP generation latency, prior works havearXiv:2205.04036v1 fatcat:r6r5hp7jxnarrdo5lt3mfjvc3i