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SCALINQ Partners With Atlantic Quantum to Use Cryogenic Hardware to Accelerate Qubit Control

Atlantic Quantum

Insider Brief

  • SCALINQ and Atlantic Quantum partnership aims to accelerate qubit control, characterization and measurements with cryogenic hardware.
  • The combined teams say that the partnership can share knowledge to develop solutions at an even faster rate.
  • Atlantic Quantum’s goal is to develop fault-tolerant, large-scale superconducting quantum computers and SCALINQ’s core expertise in cryogenic, microwave devices.

PRESS RELEASE — SCALINQ and Atlantic Quantum are pleased to announce a partnership to accelerate qubit control, characterization and measurements with state-of-the-art cryogenic hardware. Both companies are tackling some of the world’s hardest engineering challenges on their road to building scalable quantum computers. By joining forces, they can share knowledge to develop solutions at an even faster rate.

“The team at SCALINQ helps us find solutions to our problems in real time. Their ability to adapt their products to our needs eliminates huge engineering bottlenecks.” – Bharath Kannan, CEO, Atlantic Quantum

Atlantic Quantum has a clear goal of developing a fault-tolerant, large-scale quantum computer. They focus on advancing superconducting qubits and deploying their unique hardware architecture. There are many engineering challenges in the journey toward meaningful quantum computers, and this partnership is helping to overcome several of those. With SCALINQ’s core expertise in cryogenic, microwave devices, they are supplying Atlantic Quantum with the cryogenic hardware needed for their experiments.

“LINQER offers a unique combination of flexibility and scalability. It is able to support a high density of control lines, with PCBs that can be rapidly redesigned and customized to fit our needs.” – Bharath Kannan, CEO, Atlantic Quantum

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SCALINQs packaging solution LINQER is an enabler and core piece of equipment in the Atlantic Quantum Lab. It can host multiple devices at the same time and the unique, patented solution allows them to reliably measure devices repeatedly, and efficiently.

SCALINQ has not only provided LINQER but a range of cryogenic hardware solutions.

“This partnership is a clear statement of SCALINQ’s mission, to help accelerate the development and realization of quantum computing. It is a testimony of our dedication and ability to deliver state-of-the-art hardware for the current and future needs of the industry.” – Zaid Saeed, CEO, SCALINQ

A core aspect of this partnership is collaborative R&D and combined technological development. The two teams have found great and highly complementary synergies in their developments, and the partnership therefore aims to assure the continuous compatibility between the companies’ technological developments. Together, SCALINQ and Atlantic Quantum can provide feedback to help improve R&D and build a stronger foothold in quantum development between Europe and the US.

“By partnering up with Atlantic Quantum and presenting our successful work together, we hope to convey to the global community the advantages of opening up the workshop doors and inviting external help to overcome the many engineering challenges ahead of us. Collaboration is key and this is just the start,” Saeed said.

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