Nations and regions around the world are continuing the rapid build-out of publicly funded quantum technology initiatives. Everyone wants to build a future quantum ecosystem in their own back yard. In the commercial space, the bounds of international collaboration are beginning to emerge. Investors need to dress for all seasons....
In the wider quantum technology sector common underlying technologies are being developed for an increasingly wide variety of applications. New products are already at market and more are set to follow. Innovative leaders are setting an example of how involvement here is a force multiplier for their wider ambitions. The...
China’s quantum supremacy demonstration may grab headlines, but not yet leadership in the quantum computing race. Leading hardware groups have firmed-up their development roadmaps for the marathon ahead and error correction has become a key part of the story. The challenge of scaling-up remains pre-eminent. A growing number of quantum...
Two companies announced this week that they have joined the IBM Quantum Network. The first is ColdQuanta, a developer of cold atom quantum technology with headquarters in Boulder, Colorado and offices in Madison, Wisconsin and Oxford, UK. They will be integrating IBM's open source Qiskit quantum software development platform for...
Arqit, a UK based company formed in 2017, will combine with Centricus Acquisition Corporation. The combined business will have a pro forma enterprise value of about $1 billion with $400 million of gross proceeds available for Arqit. Arqit has developed a product they call QuantumCloud which will allow organizations to...
Reflecting the dynamism of the industry, a number of management additions have been recently announced at companies including Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC), ColdQuanta, Quantum Computing Inc. (QCI), Quantropi and Oxford Instruments Nanoscience. · CQC has appointed Professor Stephen Clark as Head of Artificial Intelligence. Professor Clark was previously a...
With a new interim CEO recently announced, ColdQuanta is adding to its team by naming Rushton McGarr as Chief Financial Officer and that it has retained the services of PJ Solomon to guide the company in an upcoming capital raise. ColdQuanta is a little different from other quantum companies because...
ColdQuanta develops and designs instruments and systems for quantum technology applications. The company offers unique products and services for scientific and industrial applications such as cold atom experimentation, quantum simulation, quantum information processing, atomic clocks and inertial sensing.
ColdQuanta is able to provide engineering and scientific services in the following areas;
- Ultra-high vacuum design
- Opto-mechanical design
- Atom chip design
- Glass/Silicon bonding techniques
- Instrument control
- High-quality AR coated glass cell
- Data acquisition analog electronics design
ColdQuanta’s expertise in designing and fabricating sophisticated ultra-high vacuum systems and components for cold atom and related quantum technologies is unparalleled. In our state-of the art processing facility we can work with the research customer to create and manufacture precisely the custom designs the customer requires. Some of our fabrication capabilities include:
- Glass/silicon atom chip production
- Optomechanical system fabrication
- Ultra-high vacuum glass cell fabrication
- High quality AR coated glass cell production
- Analog electronics assembly
Capabilities: Neutral/cold atom system for sensing, communication and computing