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Our ambition is two-fold, to both provide reliable quantum gate-based systems to customers and to unlock the potential of coherent quantum annealing. For that we need a partner that can support us on this demanding path to elevate our developments. Qblox enables us with a future-proof solution to address the growing needs of the full-stack quantum computing market. Their modular architecture allows us to reconfigure setups seamlessly between various projects, without losing synchronization and stability. Reliable electronics and high precision signals saves us time to focus our effort to perfect our own developments. We are impressed by their constant support that makes us feel like they work next door to our lab and has many times helped our team solving the many challenges we face at integrating electronics control into our systems.
Our group strives to be at the forefront of spin qubit research, and Qblox allows us to spend our time on discussing physics rather than fixing problems on experimental setups. They provide control electronics with excellent analog performance that we can rely on to manipulate our qubits with high precision. Furthermore, programming and executing complex waveforms can be accomplished with minimal experimental overheads. Finally, Qblox’ solution is compact, their pricing is very competitive and their engineers offer outstanding service and advice.
When we started QuantrolOx in 2022, we needed a trustworthy hardware partner to enable our vision. To have our back. Qblox has been by our side by providing us with qubit-agnostic control electronics. Our vision of automating fast characterization and tuning of qubits meant we needed hardware with ultra-low latency and state-of-the-art features. The SYNQ & LINQ communication protocols of the Qblox Cluster enabled our vision for fast parallel characterization. We are proud of our working relationship with Qblox and highly recommend the team for their professionalism and innovative approach to tackling the challenges faced by experimental scientists in quantum computing.