Quantum computing is not new, but the technology has been limited to laboratories and large companies, that is unless…you’re talking about Quantum Brilliance. This company is developing quantum computers that harnesses synthetic diamonds, which means they don’t require temperatures near absolute zero or complex laser systems to function. The ones found at Google and IBM require expensive cooling systems for them to function properly, but Quantum Brilliance’s solution can fit right in your office. Read more for a video and additional information.
The shoebox-sized computer boasts diamond-based qubits with their quality lying between superconducting qubits and trapped-ion qubits, offering average performance, or at least in quantum computing standards. Unlike the others, this one can operate at room temperature. Quantum Brilliance aims to provide quantum accelerators the size of a lunchbox with over 50 qubits by 2025, boosting the acceleration and adoption of useful quantum applications across a variety of sectors.
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I joined the Quantum Brilliance team to help fulfill the company’s vision of making quantum computing an everyday, useful technology. Europe has much to gain from a robust quantum industry, and the addition of a highly disruptive technology such as quantum accelerators will have a major influence on its growth. With its strong industrial base and large number of highly-skilled engineers, Germany is particularly well-situated to make a huge contribution to quantum computing. Quantum hardware design and manufacturing has the potential to match Germany’s auto industry in its breadth and success,” said Mark Mattingley-Scott, Managing Director of Europe.