QuantWare, a TU Delft and QuTech spin-off that creates, builds, and manufactures scalable, superconducting quantum processors, has introduced Tenor, a novel processor with massively scalable technology enabling the commercialization of quantum computers with 64 completely programmable qubits. The company is working on technology to massively grow the number of qubits in a single processor to construct computers that can do practical quantum computation soon.
QuantWare has invented a unique 3D technique that distributes connections vertically, allowing superconducting quantum processors to scale to thousands of qubits, paving the way for ‘quantum advantage,’ in which quantum computers outperform the most powerful classical computer.
Tenor is a big step forward in commercial quantum computing because it is the first commercially accessible gadget with this technology.
QuantWare continues to aim to become the “Intel of quantum computing” by supplying simple-to-use, increasingly powerful, and affordable quantum processors to organizations worldwide. QuantWare was chosen last year to supply quantum processing modules for Israel’s first fully working quantum computer.
Programmable qubits ideal for Quantum Error-Correction
The quantum processor has 64 fully controlled qubits, making it more than twice as large as the previous largest available quantum processor. These processors are ideal for sophisticated error correction techniques since the qubits are programmable. Such a design necessitated more connections per qubit than the commonly used fixed frequency qubits and could not be implemented at a scale of 64 qubits with standard planar devices.
QuantWare enables the quantum community to access these powerful devices by bringing their technology to market at a 10x cheaper cost than competing solutions.
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