QuiX Quantum Researchers Report on Strides in Photonic Computing

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Photonic QC shows excellent performance for quantum information processing and computing applications. Photo credit: Daniël Verkijk

PRESS RELEASE: QuiX Quantum reports that it has demonstrated the world’s largest universal quantum photonic processor, according to a paper published in Materials for Quantum Technology.

The company reports that this shows its device offers excellent performance for quantum information processing and computing applications. With this work, QuiX Quantum added  the first commercially available, turn-key processor for photonic quantum computing.

The results reported in the paper highlight the expertise of QuiX Quantum in combining photonic and quantum systems engineering, and the market-readiness of the technological solution. QuiX’ expertise and technology can provide solutions for the entire spectrum of quantum applications.

QuiX Quantum’s CTO Jelmer Renema says: “With this work we have demonstrated not only a leading position in the commercial landscape of photonics quantum computing, but also in the technological development of quantum photonic engineering.”

Photonic processors are a crucial component for photonic quantum computing, which promise great impact in the fields of machine learning, quantum chemistry and cryptography. The universal quantum photonic processor reported in the paper is embedded in a plug-and-play control system operated by QuiX’ dedicated control software.

QuiX Quantum is a company based in Enschede, the Netherlands, that realizes quantum technology solutions based on the proprietary silicon nitride waveguide technology TriPleX that enables the realization of large-scale integrated photonic circuits with low loss. The maturity of the waveguide technology allows for achieving full reconfigurability and all-to-all connectivity of the elements of the photonic processor that can be thus defined as universal.




Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne is a contributor at The Quantum Daily. He focuses on breaking news about quantum discoveries and quantum computing. Matt enjoys working on -- and with -- startups and is currently working on a media studies master's degree, specializing in science communication.

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