Tabor Electronics, a world-leading provider of high-end signal sources in partnership with Bleximo Corp, a Computer, Consumer Electronics, and Hardware company, has launched the new Rubicon-V Full Stack Quantum Computing System at the just concluded IEEE Quantum Week in Broomfield, CO.
The system’s control electronics consist of a Proteus Arbitrary Waveform Transceiver from Tabor and Bleximo’s AGIS, QryoTM, and Rubicon Software Framework. In a small package, the system delivers coherence times that are among the best in the market.
Tabor Electronics is constantly striving for growth in the industry. In May, the company announced that it would be extending its activities in the United States by building two new offices: the US headquarters in San Francisco, California, and the Quantum System Development Lab in Berkeley, California.
The San Francisco office serves as the administrative headquarters, offering significant sales and support operations. At the same time, the Quantum System Development Lab in Berkeley, California, located on “Quantum Alley,” is an applications development centre.
In early September, they announced the opening of their mainland China Office in Beijing and the appointment of Mr Richard Zhang as their Market Manager.