We are happy to welcome the QDevil team, now officially a part of Quantum Machines!
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Running Quantum Experiments From Day One: a Fresh POV for Lab Managers

Like many of you, I have spent many years in a lab. I was the only Ph.D. student in a newly formed experimental group, and I am guessing you know what that means. I spent my Ph.D. time building a 1M€ optics lab to work with quantum control of dots at cryogenic temperatures.Don’t get me...

Introduction to Digital Filters 01: First things FIRst

[Written in collaboration with Gal Winer]— To control qubits we need to manipulate electrical signals – this is the business of quantum control. We need to generate the right signal shape, setting both its nominal voltage value and the exact time at which it occurs. This is not always an easy task because… well, life…

Machine Learning for Quantum Processing: How to Run Real-Time Neural Networks

Written in collaboration with and extending on research by Ilan Mitnikov Quantum computing and neural networks; to be completely honest, I can’t imagine a more hyped-up combination of techy buzzwords. These days it seems like almost everything has a “quantum” prefix, and it often makes my eyes roll. I imagine that people working on machine…

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Quantum Machines Acquires QDevil to Build Full-Stack Platform

Quantum Machines announced that it has acquired QDevil, a well-known Danish company that specializes in building control hardware for quantum systems.

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Enabling Real-Time Capabilities: The Processor Designed for Quantum Control

If you’re anything like me, you’ve wondered countless times why your Ph.D. in Physics was about making legacy equipment work as you intended instead of probing some cool physics. It’s a fact that the majority of advances in experimental quantum physics have been achieved by combining general-purpose equipment to perform arbitrary pulse sequences. The time evolution...

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Quantum Machines Announces New Hardware to Eliminate Need for RF Engineering 

 Quantum Machines (QM), creator of the first universal quantum computing cloud infrastructure, today announced the availability of the company’s all-in-one RF up/down-conversion module: Octave. The addition of Octave to the OPX offering creates an end-to-end solution for quantum control that can scale alongside the users’ demand. The issue that many quantum researchers face is that in...

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Quantum Machines Recognized as a Cool Vendor in Gartner’s June 2020 Cool Vendors in Quantum Computing

According to Gartner: "disruptive quantum computing may be a decade away, but ongoing advances demonstrate that I&O leaders have to start planning staffing, skills, and projects."

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