Rabobank Innovation Fund Delft supports Delft based quantum startups by sponsering the ImpaQT project. Traditionally quantum computer development has been done with a monolithic approach – one entity manufacturing and sourcing all components. This is costly, time-consuming and risky. In order to accelerate quantum computer development, the IMPAQT project is aiming to showcase a modular approach: independent companies focus on different parts of the stack.
The ImpaQT project is focussed on developing well-defined interfaces between the building blocks of a quantum computer. In the future, this will allow quantum computer manufacturers to easily integrate their subsystems. The members of the IMPAQT consortium are:
Orange QS - Integrated quantum system provider, quantum control software provider
Qblox - Quantum control stack provider
Delft Circuits - Cryogenic i/o quantum hardware provider
Qu&Co - Algorithms for industry-relevant quantum advantage
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