- Quantum Brilliance announced the appointment of Andrew Dunn as Country Manager in the United Kingdom.
- Dunn previously held the executive role of Strategic Business Development Director at Arm Holdings.
- The county manager role is focused on shaping and executing the company’s UK strategy in alignment with its technology, products and go-to-market roadmaps.
PRESS RELEASE — Quantum Brilliance, the leading developer of miniaturised, room-temperature quantum computing products and solutions, announced the appointment of Andrew Dunn as Country Manager in the United Kingdom, where he will establish and lead a new office and run UK operations as part of the company’s latest global expansion.
Dunn previously held the executive role of Strategic Business Development Director at Arm Holdings plc in Cambridge, UK, where for nearly seven years he helped drive new growth and revenue opportunities across the semiconductor and software design business. He also spent eight years in London as an Equity Research Analyst for The Royal Bank of Canada. Andrew was consistently five-star rated by StarMine and was ranked the No. 1 UK tech stock picker in 2014.
In his new position, Dunn will shape and execute the company’s UK strategy in alignment with its technology, products and go-to-market roadmaps. He will initiate and nurture key relationships for corporate and public-sector development and pursue other business development opportunities.
“I am honored to join a team that has achieved significant technical progress in just a few short years, validated by scientific peers as well as notable investments and partnerships,” Dunn said. “I look forward to bringing Quantum Brilliance’s unique approach to quantum computing and high level of value for enterprise to the UK.”
“Emerging sets of students and businesses learning and using quantum present numerous opportunities for our group and the UK quantum ecosystem,” said Dr. Mark Mattingley-Scott, Chief Revenue Officer of Quantum Brilliance. “We aim to recruit, develop and support top-tier talent looking to make meaningful strides on industry challenges and in their careers.”
Dunn holds a quantum physics Ph.D. from the University of Nottingham and was a Marie Curie Research Fellow at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. His thesis work – the first-ever demonstration of molecular manipulation at room temperature – has been exhibited at the Science Museum in London. Andrew also worked at the Royal Society in London, where he managed a study on social, ethical, health and safety and regulatory impacts of nanotechnology.
Headquartered in Australia with operations in Germany, Singapore, the Americas, and now the UK, Quantum Brilliance is developing quantum computers that use synthetic diamonds to operate at room temperature in any environment. Unlike larger quantum mainframes, the company is developing small form factor quantum devices that do not require cryogenics, vacuum systems and precision laser arrays. As such, the technology consumes significantly less power and can be deployed on-site at data centres, at the edge on autonomous vehicles and spacecraft, in mobile devices and other portable technologies.
The company is working to eventually miniaturise its technology to the size of semiconductor chips that can be used on any device, wherever classical computers exist today, unlocking practical quantum computing for everyone. To learn more, visit www.quantumbrilliance.com.