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Nexperia,eleQtron and ParityQC Announce First Quantum Computing Demonstrator Built for the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative

Nexperia,eleQtron and ParityQC Announce First Quantum Computing Demonstrator Built for the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative

2024-06-03 10:39:48      点击量: 3

  Nexperia,eleQtron and ParityQC recently presented the first public demonstration of a full-stack ion trap quantum computer demonstrator built entirely in Germany in the QSea consortium of the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative(DLR QCI).This innovative device will provide companies and research teams with early access to real-world quantum computing resources,helping them to take full advantage of quantum computing in applications such as climate modelling,global logistics and materials science.The quantum computing demonstrator is located in Hamburg,further strengthening the city's position as an important technology and research centre in Germany.

Nexperia,eleQtron and ParityQC Announce First Quantum Computing Demonstrator Built for the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative

  The DLR QCI commissioned the development of the demonstrator to enhance the quantum technology capabilities of its research and industrial partners,and the DLR will open up the demonstrator to industry and academia in order to strengthen the quantum ecosystem and advance quantum computing knowledge.

  Strengthening the Quantum Computing Ecosystem

  Quantum computers,with their exceptional computational power,are capable of solving complex problems critical to societal progress such as weather modelling,drug development and logistics optimisation,and have the potential to transform the cybersecurity landscape.Despite the rapid development of quantum computers in recent years,the path to industrialisation remains challenging as the industry lacks the relevant expertise.

  Nexperia,eleQtron and ParityQC have brought together leading knowledge in quantum computing,software and longstanding industry experience to collaborate on the development and manufacture of Germany's first ion-trap quantum computer demonstrator.The device combines eleQtron's MAGIC hardware,ParityQC's architecture and NXP's chip design and technology with digital twin technology.This will facilitate rapid innovation,design decisions and implementation.As the QSea I demonstrator evolves,it will evolve to include a quantum computer with modular architecture,scalable design,and error correction capabilities.the next phase of the QSea project will focus on making quantum computers more powerful and suitable for industrial applications.the QSea I demonstrator will also be used as an example of a quantum computer with a modular architecture,scalable design and error correction capabilities.

  Supporting strategic technology development

  The demonstrator is installed at the DLR QCI Innovation Centre in Hamburg and will be made available by DLR QCI to industry partners and DLR research teams.Through this co-operation,the three partners and DLR QCI aim to promote and strengthen the development of the advanced quantum computing ecosystem in Germany.It will also support Germany's and the EU's strategic efforts to strengthen digital sovereignty in this key technology area.

  Hamburg is one of our most important R&D locations,"said Lars Reger,CTO of NXP.Together with DLR and our partners eleQtron and ParityQC,we are proud to present the first ion trap quantum computer demonstrator developed entirely in Germany.We are confident that the industry and research community in Hamburg and throughout Germany will benefit from this project.It will help to build and extend significant expertise in quantum computing,bring economic benefits to all of us,and further strengthen the digital sovereignty of Germany and the EU."

  Jan Leisse,co-founder and CEO of eleQtron,said,"We believe that quantum computing will change the world.the DLR Quantum Computing Initiative has the potential to be a great project,and our MAGIC base quantum computer lays the foundation for a vibrant ecosystem.As Germany's first quantum computing hardware company,we are proud to bring research excellence into the real world."

  Dr.-Ing.Robert Axmann,Head of the Quantum Computing Programme at DLR,emphasises,"To take the lead in quantum computing internationally,we need a strong quantum computing ecosystem.Only if research,industry and start-ups work together will we be able to overcome major technological challenges and successfully put quantum computers to work.the QSea I demonstrator is an important step for the DLR Quantum Computing Programme and Hamburg.It enables industry and research partners to run quantum algorithms in a real production environment for the first time,thus taking advantage of the benefits of quantum computers and becoming part of a strong and autonomous quantum computing ecosystem in Germany and Europe."

  Wolfgang Lechner and Magdalena Hauser,Co-CEOs of ParityQC,said,"With the quantum computers procured by the DLR QCI,Germany is consolidating its leading position in quantum computing.This is a key way to commercialise world-leading research and create a sustainable quantum ecosystem,enabling companies to expand in Europe and stay there.As a Quantum Architecture company,we enable hardware developers to build highly scalable quantum computers and are proud to do so with our excellent partners in this consortium."

  The demonstration marks an important step for Germany in the field of quantum computing technology and signals the arrival of more innovations in the future.Through continued co-operation and development,quantum computing technology will play an even greater role in various industries.

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