Although quantum computing is due to represent a huge market by 2035, with applications ranging from Drug and Material design to Machine Learning, current defects in the qubits material account for a high level of errors in the calculations.
Because they are using carbon in its purest form, carbon nanotubes, C12 Quantum Electronics aims to get rid of errors at their sources, in the qubit material, thus increasing drastically the success rate of the calculations compared to existing solutions.
“Our solution is ultra-low error and scalable and it can be combined with existing quantum architectures" stated Pierre Desjardins, C12 Quantum Electronics CEO, at our 11 June event.
“C12 patent protected technology is leveraging on 10 years of scientific expertise at the Physics Laboratory of Ecole Normale Supérieure, a leading French University”
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