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Qblox, Maybell and Quantware Unite to Launch a Full-Stack Quantum System in Just 2 Days

APS Meeting

Insider Brief

  • Qblox, Maybell and QuantWare build a fully functional superconducting quantum computer on a conference floor.
  • The system includes quantum devices, a 10mK cryostat, and the control electronics necessary to perform live qubit operations on the conference floor.
  • The combination of advanced technologies features the Maybell Fridge, QuantWare Soprano chip, and Qblox Cluster control electronics.

PRESS RELEASE — Qblox, Maybell and QuantWare make waves at the APS March Meeting 2024 with a never-before-seen demonstration at a conference. During the APS March meeting, the Qblox booth will showcase a full-stack quantum computer. Installed over the weekend, the fully functional system includes quantum devices, a 10mK cryostat, and the control electronics necessary to perform live qubit operations on the conference floor.

This combination of advanced technologies features the Maybell Fridge, QuantWare Soprano chip, and Qblox Cluster control electronics to provide the quantum industry with solutions that are mature enough that a full-stack system can go from crate to compute in less than a weekend.

This collaboration highlights the companies’ commitment to innovation, partnership, and developing plug-and-play solutions for the quantum computing ecosystem.

“I’m proud to see the ultimate proof of plug-and-play quantum systems. Demonstrating the functionality of a single product is impressive, but building up such a complex tool in just 48 hours by combining off-the-shelf products marks a new chapter in the quantum technology value chain.” – Niels Bultink, CEO of Qblox.

“This is what Maybell is all about: empowering researchers and innovators,” said Corban Tillemann-Dick, CEO of Maybell Quantum. “The Maybell Fridge’s unprecedented ease of use and reliability eliminates deployment and commissioning obstacles and helps teams like Qblox focus their time and brilliance on experimentation and solving physics problems. We’re committed to making quantum technology more accessible, even in unexpected settings.”

“This demonstration shows that the value chain approach, building quantum computers using off-the-shelf products, is pushing the maturing of this technology forward at a very rapid pace. QuantWare’s mission is to accelerate the advent of the quantum computer – building one in 48 hours on a conference floor is a very literal example!” – Matthijs Rijlaarsdam, CEO of QuantWare.

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With a several-decades long background in journalism and communications, Matt Swayne has worked as a science communicator for an R1 university for more than 12 years, specializing in translating high tech and deep tech for the general audience. He has served as a writer, editor and analyst at The Quantum Insider since its inception. In addition to his service as a science communicator, Matt also develops courses to improve the media and communications skills of scientists and has taught courses. [email protected]

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