Quantum Computing

PhaseCraft

Phasecraft is a start-up from researchers at University College London and the University of Bristol.

The company was established to develop quantum software for quantum information processors, encompassing both near-term intermediate-scale devices and universal fault-tolerant quantum computers.

Quantum Motion Technologies

Quantum Motion Technologies was founded on the research undertaken by Professor Simon Benjamin (Department of Materials, Oxford) and Professor John Morton (Department of Engineering Science, Oxford).

Quantum Motion Technology is developing a revolutionary technology platform; not just a qubit, but a scalable array of qubits based on the ubiquitous silicon technology already used in smartphones and computers.

Oxford Quantum Circuits

Oxford Quantum Circuits was founded by Professor Peter Leek, who is based at the Clarendon Laboratory Oxford, and is aiming to build a quantum computer based upon a superconducting circuit approach to forming qubits. The intention is to leverage the latest technology in this field and overcome the key challenge that has confounded researchers […]