Oxford Ionics

Ion traps based quantum computing


Oxford Ionics

Recent Insight
  • Quantum Hardware Outlook 2022
    Big ticket investments have created a growing number of quantum unicorns. Chinese strides with photonic and superconducting qubits have grabbed attention. Trapped ions have shone with demonstrations of logical qubits. But who is winning the race to build a practical quantum computer? The post Quantum Hardware Outlook 2022 appeared first... Read more
  • Quantum Hardware Outlook 2021
    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... Read more
  • Quantum hardware – into the quantum jungle
    The quantum computing landscape has been transformed by a surge of commercial startups pursuing very different technical paths. Investors and pioneers must prepare themselves for a challenging journey ahead. A growing list of major, midsized and startup companies have joined the quantum computing quest. However today’s prototype devices must be... Read more
Latest News
Infineon and Trapped Ionics Enter the Quantum Computing Race  EnterpriseTalk... Read more
Published on: 2022-07-12
Infineon and Trapped Ionics enter the quantum computing race  VentureBeat... Read more
Published on: 2022-07-11
Oxford Ionics and Infineon Technologies Partner to Develop Microwave Controlled Trapped Ion Processors  Quantum Computing Report... Read more
Published on: 2022-07-08
Infineon ion trap on chip carrier. Copyright Infineon. While most of the companies pursuing trapped ion quantum processors that use lasers to control the qubits, Oxford Ionics is taking a different approach and using microwaves to control the gate operation. Their thinking it that using microwave control is easier to... Read more
Published on: 2022-07-08
OTI Lumionics shows quantum simulations can help OLED display materials development  FierceElectronics... Read more
Published on: 2022-03-18
OTI Lumionics and UBC Demonstrate Quantum Computing Methods to be Effective in Simulating OLED Display Material Properties  GlobeNewswire... Read more
Published on: 2022-03-14
The three year program, named Altnaharra, is funded by the UKRI’s National Quantum Technologies Programme (NQTP). Additional participants in the project include the UK's National Physical Laboratory (NPL), Oxford Instruments, Oxford Ionics, and the University of Glasgow. The chip being developed will use CMOS technology and provide for integrated control and... Read more
Published on: 2021-11-06
The post New tool aids quantum compatibility appeared first on OxfordQuantumCircuits.... Read more
Published on: 2021-09-22
Being able to apply single-layer graphene to quantum computing could ... general-purpose quantum computers that can be used by regular people, ...... Read more
Published on: 2021-09-16
Indian Institute of Tech, Max-Born Institut Team Say Graphene Valleytrionics Could Enable Room Temperature Quantum  insideHPC... Read more
Published on: 2021-09-16
Deltaflow.OS is designed to be a universal quantum operating system that is both hardware and platform agnostic. As reported on our article last May, the project has funding from the UK government and is being developed by software company Riverlane with additional hardware partners Oxford Ionics, OQC, Hitachi, Universal Quantum,... Read more
Published on: 2020-12-02
The project will be led by M-Squared Lasers, a developer or photonics and quantum technology with additional participation from Oxford Ionics, Orca Computing, Kelvin Nanotechnology, TMD Technologies, the Universities of Glasgow, Strathclyde, and Oxford, and the UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL).  The three year project is partially funded by the... Read more
Published on: 2020-11-07
Recent news items published in 2020 on quantum computing developments are listed below. Click on the hyperlinked item to go to the press release or news article for details. For older news items published in 2019 click here, for 2018 click here, and for items published in 2015-2017, click here.... Read more
Published on: 2020-08-27
Project Description

Ion traps technology for high fidelity qubits.

Founded by Chris Ballance (Univ. of Oxford) and Tom Harty (Univ. of Oxford)

Project Details
  • Startup: Oxford Ionics
  • Founded: 2019
  • Capabilities: Trapped ions