Oxford Ionics

Ion traps based quantum computing

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Latest News
Oxford Ionics Limited, the record-breaking Oxford University spin-out focused on scalable quantum computing, has secured the letting of part of ...... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-23
Quantum computing spin-out Oxford Ionics takes lease at Oxford ...  Business & Innovation Magazine... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-23
Avionics - Computers · Avionics - Displays · Avionics - Software ... Quantum-computing agreement signed between NRL, AFRL. January 12, 2023 ...... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-18
Oxford Ionics has proposed a solution to quantum computing's scalability and integration problems. It's based on a unique way to control ions.... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-14
Quantum computing relies on the principles of superposition, interference, and entanglement to effectively carry out complex calculations in a ...... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
Peppy, a leading healthcare provider raises £37.1M for US expansion · Oxford Ionics raises £30M to unlock the scalability of quantum computers.... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-13
Oxford Ionics' technology called Electronic Qubit Control (EQC) controls trapped ions – a route to quantum computers.... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-12
"We can do the same with quantum computing chips," he said. According to Oxford Ionics, this has already been demonstrated via its partnership ...... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-11
Oxford Ionics – the startup solving the critical scalability issues facing the future of quantum computing, has raised £30 million in Series A ...... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-10
British quantum computing start-up Oxford Ionics has raised £30m in its Series A funding round, with investors betting on its proprietary ...... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-09
Instead of focusing on one processor, one very large quantum computer (with progress measured in increasing number of qbits), 2023 will see “modular ...... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-09
Oxford Ionics, a UK start-up working on scaling quantum computing, has announced that it has raised £30 million in Series A funding from quantum ...... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-09
Oxford Ionics is a quantum hardware startup developing an ion trap based quantum processor using a proprietary, patented Electronic Qubit Control (EQC) technique based on microwave signals for controlling the qubits instead of the more common laser based controls. The company believes this approach combines the high qubit quality inherent... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-09
The company specializes in designing and scaling trapped ion quantum computing technology, which has consistently outperformed other technologies ...... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-09
$36 Million Oxford Ionics Funding To Jump-Start Quantum Computing In 2023  Forbes... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-09
Oxford Ionics raises £30m as it looks to develop quantum processor ...  New Electronics... Read more
Published on: 2023-01-09
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