The quantum entanglement or “spooky action at a distance” (as Einstein called it) is the property that most strongly distinguishes quantum from classical mechanics. It theoretically has impressive consequences that have not been yet proved or fully exploited, like the significant increase of the precision of metrological measurements. Its distribution over arbitrary quantities of nodes is a necessary condition to create quantum information networks. In LAFriOC we pursue to establish control over variables with different nature in states of quantum light capable of interacting with atoms. The final target is creating the necessary conditions for the distribution of the entanglement between them.