Qblox Cluster

An easily scalable,

fully customizable

and fully modular system.

The quantum computer's nervous system resides in the Qblox control stack, the Cluster. The Cluster manipulates quantum bits (qubits) via electronic signals, and communicates algorithms, instructions and experiments. High-performance centers around the world feature a Qblox Cluster supporting quantum research with integrated control architecture for NISQ applications and anticipate a future of fault-tolerant quantum computing.

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products
The ultimate control solution.

We are dedicated to the development of scalable control electronics, essential for the effective implementation and advancement of quantum computing capabilities.

Tailored Solutions for Challenges in the Quantum Industry.

Fastest results

Operate at the forefront of the quantum revolution with advanced sequence processors that allow real-time pulse parameterization. This reduces software-controlled loop overhead and onboard data processing, significantly accelerating applications like high-performance computing.

Scale up to 1000s of qubits

The modular open-architecture approach enables researchers to configure and re-configure the modules according to their needs. The Cluster is designed to scale up to 1000s of qubits while allowing quantum error correction.

Customizable software stack

Full control with high- and low-level software, including open-source stack Quantify for controlling and reading out all type of qubits. Simplify characterization, calibration, and advanced measurements with Quantify.
hardware
Accelerate quantum results.

Qubit agnostic control electronics for world-leading quantum research and development.

hardware

Cluster.

The Cluster is the world’s leading modular quantum control stack. The scalable and modular architecture ensures that the system is future-proof, and well-aligned with the development roadmaps of industrial labs and the growing demands of quantum experiments.

scalable

Scalable quantum control that’s designed to support increased input and output, fast feedback, stability and speed.

modular

Build your ideal qubit set up with streamlined quantum control architecture from ultra-stable baseband (0-400 MHz) to 2 - 18.5 GHz.

complete solution

Fully integrated instrumentation and software to control and readout qubits designed to speed up experiments by orders of magnitude and facilitates NISQ applications.

scalable

Scalable quantum control that’s designed to support increased input and output, fast feedback, stability and speed.

modular

Build your ideal qubit set up with streamlined quantum control architecture from ultra-stable baseband (0-400 MHz) to 2 - 18.5 GHz.

complete solution

Fully integrated instrumentation and software to control and readout qubits designed to speed up experiments by orders of magnitude and facilitates NISQ applications.

superconducting
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spin
02
nv centers
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30 superconducting qubits
04
20+ Flux Tunable Transmons
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hybrid quibit setup
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QCM

4 output channels from 0 - 400MHz
Ultra low-noise real-time control module, all-to-all connectivity of the Cluster enables synchronization (SYNQ) and fast-feedback (LINQ) across all channels of all modules.

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QCM-RF

2 output channels from 2 - 18.5GHz
Ultra low-noise real-time control module, all-to-all connectivity of the Cluster enables synchronization (SYNQ) and fast-feedback (LINQ) across all channels of all modules.

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QRM

2 output + 2 input channels from 0 - 400MHz
Ultra low-noise real-time readout module with on-board data processing capabilities, all-to-all connectivity of the Cluster enables synchronization (SYNQ) and fast-feedback (LINQ) across all channels of all modules.

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QRM-RF

1 output + 1 input channel from 2 - 18.5GHz
Ultra low-noise real-time readout module with on-board data processing capabilities, all-to-all connectivity of the Cluster enables synchronization (SYNQ) and fast-feedback (LINQ) across all channels of all modules.

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hardware

SPI.

The SPI rack is a stable, scalable system for S4g DC and D5a DC voltage source modules. Minimise ground loops and interference with galvanically isolated control interface and isolated power supply.

software
Qblox Software.

Control experiments on Qblox hardware with Quantify, a completely open-source software stack.

applications

The Qblox control stack combines key technologies for qubit control and readout with a modular solution ready to support customers using different applications.

superconducting

Qblox offers quantum control stacks for superconducting qubits with up to 18.5 GHz capability, enabling modular configuration and offering scalability.

spin

Qblox integrates instrumentation for Si, Ge, and GaAs spin qubits, facilitating versatile and simplified measurements, and adaptable hardware configurations. With real-time FPGA programming, Qblox reduces software loop overheads

NV Centers

Qblox integrates electronics and software for optical NV centers and trapped ion control. The Cluster offers scalability and advanced features for streamlining your quantum experiments.

other

Your custom set-up.

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