Quantum Control Electronics
Realization of the full potential of quantum advantage will require thousands if not millions of qubits, all working in unison. One of the key challenges in developing such a practical quantum computer is the scalability of the hardware. Scalability refers to not only an increase in the number of qubits but also a scalable interface with the classical control hardware which is required to do operations on those qubits. We at QpiAI are poised to change this with the introduction of our modular systems which are fully customizable for your application.
QpiAI Sense™ is a combined scalable and modular control hardware as well as a software solution to have intuitive control of qubits and quantum key distribution (QKD) system through a small form factor device at room temperature. It interfaces through the Qpi ExplorerTM software for an intuitive implementation of the algorithm using a graphical user interface for the user. For QKD systems, modules for signal generation for laser control and detector signal acquisition, high speed quantum random generator, key extraction module, voltage-controlled polarization adjustment are provided.
Trion is a high-performance, low-power universal optimiser chip designed to support both classical and quantum optimization workloads. Trion intelligently decides offloading any optimization workloads to either quantum or classical or hybrid processing through QpiAI patented Intelligent optimization controller.
Bumblebee is a cryogenic controller and a classical interface to qubit technologies operating at milliKelvin temperatures. It consists of various programmable analog front end electronics in CMOS for controlling and reading out superconducting as well as semiconducting qubits.
Optimusprime is a Quantum Processing Unit (QPU) based on spin qubits in gate-defined Si-MOS quantum dots. Optimusprime pursues an all-silicon approach based on standard CMOS technology for the integration of a large number of well defined and interconnected Si-MOS quantum dots.