On the 19th of January, Orange QS welcomed partners, investors and customers for a New Years reception. The purpose was to thank all parties that have supported us in the past 2.5 years and to connect them to each other.
It is with great pleasure that we announce our membership in the Quantum Economic Development Consortium.
We are very pleased to have these bright minds on our team! Their expertise and experience will provide us valuable input on our way to building next-generation diagnostics systems for better quantum chips.
Orange Quantum Systems was awarded a €1 million grant for next-generation quantum device diagnostics. We aim to build a diagnostics system for testing next-generation superconducting quantum chips for up to 17 qubits.
Our unique collaboration with the DiCarlo lab at QuTech , provides us with novel chip designs and protocols to diagnose them. According to our Senior Project Manager, Anna Shchygol: “DiagnostiQ will accelerate innovation in quantum chip development by turning key scientific results into a commercially ready product for faster testing of superconducting quantum chips. To this day, this remains a significant bottleneck that stands in the way of commercial development for such quantum chips.”
Since this innovation can significantly accelerate the pace of European efforts to reach a quantum advantage, we are glad to share that DiagnostiQ has already kicked off.
Orange Quantum Systems has unboxed its first product at the DPG in Regensburg! It’s everything you need for fast and easy qubit diagnostics, advanced protocols, seamlessly integrated with reliably control electronics.
Come and meet the Orange Quantum Systems team at booth nr. A41 in the Audimax Foyer. You can see the Orange Rack and run one of the basic spectroscopy protocols, one of the many quantum device diagnostics tools that you need to get to know your quantum device!
This week Orange Quantum Systems said goodbye to its old offices at the Delft University of Technology! We moved our offices as well as our production and testing facilities to the first building of the House of Quantum. You can visit us at:
1st floor House of Quantum at the Delftech park,
Elektronicaweg 10, 2628 XG Delft, The Netherlands.
Quantum Delft organized a webinar on the ImpaQT consortium, discussing its members, mission and future plans. The consortium consists of independent companies that align their product development activities to ensure that their products are compatible when used as components in a full-stack quantum computer:
The Quaracter project proposal by Orange Quantum Systems, Delft Circuits and Leiden Cryogenics was ranked 1st by the evaluation committee of Province of South Holland MIT grants! Province of South Holland representatives' de Zoet and Stolk visited the House of Quantum in Delft and handed over the check to the project coordinators. With current technology, the chip dioagnostic process represents a bottleneck in developing and scaling quantum processors and quantum computing technology in general. The main objective of the Quaracter project is to develop a characterization system for quantum processors.
The CEN-CENELEC Focus Group on Quantum Technologies (FGQT) has released a paper (arXiv:2203.01622) presenting its insights on standardisation for quantum technologies. Orange Quantum Systems is a proud member of FGQT. As a systems integrator, we need to integrate different components from different manufacturers in our products. Currently the interfaces between these components are not well defined, providing a clear need for standardisation efforts.