Are you trying to get fast entanglement rates between two distant quantum processing nodes? In our recent work with the group of Jacob Covey at UIUC we propose a quantum network architecture based on atomic arrays in optical cavities that achieves exactly that. Using multiple atoms in optical cavities we can multiplex the entanglement generation and gain massive boosts in the entanglement rate between distant nodes. At the same time, these nodes can serve as quantum repeaters and processing end nodes. Find out more here.