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The Quantum Orchestration Platform

The comprehensive platform for performing the most complex quantum algorithms and experiments and advancing the world of quantum computing

Works with All Quantum Technologies

Superconducting QuBits
Superconducting QuBits
Trapped ions & atoms
Trapped
ions & atoms
NV centers
NV
centers
Quantum dots
Quantum
dots
TOPOLOGICAL QUBITS
TOPOLOGICAL
QUBITS

Platform Architecture

Single Machine
Multi machines
The Quantum Orchestration platform combines incredible capabilities with unprecedented control and flexibility, allowing experiments to go further than ever before.
The Quantum Orchestration platform combines incredible capabilities with unprecedented control and flexibility, allowing experiments to go further than ever before.
Single Machine
Analog Front-End & Pulse Processor
The Quantum Orchestration platform combines incredible capabilities with unprecedented control and flexibility, allowing experiments to go further than ever before.
OPX
Analog front-end
Pulse processor

 

Combining a quantum controller with a quantum system, the quantum machine can be easily configured from its intuitive programming interface. .

Analog Front-End & Pulse Processor
Server
compiler

 

Manages multiple machines at once while compiling and running QUA programs on each.

 

A Robust Quantum Machines Manager
Client network

 

The software abstraction layer allows multiple users to write complex protocols to various quantum machines using QUA.

QUA: An Intuitive Language
Control Pulse
Acquisition & measurement pulse
Multi machines
Multi-Device Compatibility
The Quantum Orchestration platform combines incredible capabilities with unprecedented control and flexibility, allowing experiments to go further than ever before.
Quantum machine 1
OPX 1
AFE
PP
Quantum machine 2
OPX 2
AFE
PP
OPX 2
AFE
PP

 

Define, configure, and operate multiple machines in parallel

Multi-Device Compatibility
Server
Quantum machine manager
Compiler

 

Manages multiple machines at once while compiling and running QUA programs on each.

A Robust Quantum Machines Manager
Client network

 

The software abstraction layer allows multiple users to write complex protocols to various quantum machines using QUA.

QUA: An Intuitive Language
Control Pulse
Acquisition & measurement pulse

What's Possible With Quantum Orchestration

Break new ground with the Quantum Orchestration platform. Its complete set of features gives you everything you need to run the most complex quantum algorithms and experiments in a smooth, intuitive way.

  • Parametric Programming

    Loop over a wide range of parameters, including intermediate frequencies, amplitudes, phases, delays, integration parameters, measurement axes and more.

  • Real-Time Calculations

    Easily program complex calculations in real time, then integrate and sync them into any protocol, including complex analysis of input data.

  • Control Flow

    Use general control flow statements, loop statements and more, to manipulate the flow of your programs.

  • Ultra-low feedback latency

    Use measurement results to affect real-time decision making as well as pulse shaping parameters.

  • Frequency Multiplexing

    Play up to 10 pulses with different intermediate frequencies to a single output (5 in IQ-mode).

  • Frequency demultiplexing

    Demodulate any given input signal with up to 10 different frequencies.

  • Synced digital pulses

    Seamlessly sync digital pulses sent to various control devices with analog pulses sent to the quantum system.

  • Measurement Optimization

    Easily optimize measurement processing.

  • Mixer calibration

    Quickly calibrate and correct mixer imbalances.

Quantum Machines OPX

At the core of the Quantum Orchestration Platform lies the exceptionally capable OPX. A hardware system developed from the ground up for quantum and designed to meet the extremely demanding requirements of quantum control protocols, including complexity, timing, precision, and ultra-low latency.

Multiple OPXs can be integrated together for the control and operation of large quantum processors, with synchronization and data-sharing well taken care of. Using QUA, multiple OPXs operated from the same server can be seamlessly programmed as if they were within the same hardware and with no additional effort.

Quantum Machines OPX

Built for Today and Tomorrow

  • No Development
    or Design Needed

  • Built
    for Scale

  • Driving towards
    Fault Tolerant QC

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