Quantware funded for qubit material development

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By Peter Clarke

Qubit processor developer QuantWare (Delft, The Netherlands) has been awarded a €1.1 million to develop superconducting quantum processors.

QuantWare has been awarded a subsidy from Quantum Delta NL to further improve its state-of-the-art coherence times in superconducting processors by an order of magnitude using novel materials. The nature of the materials was not disclosed.

“Increasing qubit coherence and making this technology available to the entire academic and commercial field is of utmost importance to move the technology forwards. Also, it will put the Dutch ecosystem in a frontrunner position within the quantum field,” said Marten Arthers, design team leader of QuantWare in a statement.

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