Oxford Ionics

Ion traps based quantum computing

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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