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Infineon and Trapped Ionics Enter the Quantum Computing Race

By ET Bureau - July 12, 2022 1 Mins Read

Infineon and Trapped Ionics Enter the Quantum Computing Race-01

Infineon and Oxford Ionics have announced a collaboration to develop a fully integrated quantum processing unit (QPU). 

The trapped-ion technique is the foundation of the quantum computer. Within the next few years, the companies want to supply hundreds of qubits in order to move the technology from research to commercial use. By the end of 2022, the first Oxford Ionics devices will be accessible via the cloud. Within two years, a fully integrated system with “hundreds” of qubits is anticipated. 

The businesses want to develop a fully integrated QPU in five years that can be connected to one another to form a quantum supercomputer utilizing Oxford Ionics quantum networking technology.

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