Quantum Orchestration helps researchers push the boundaries of quantum experimentation and make industry-shifting discoveries. All with absolutely no development time.
“The first time I was introduced to Quantum Machines, It surprised me how people were getting so excited about it. Only later did I realize, it was like explaining the value of a Laser before it existed, and all you knew are light bulbs. Today I truly believe that these systems will revolutionize our space.”Prof. Barak Dayan, Weizmann Institute of Science
“Our greatest achievement with Quantum Machines’ OPX which we couldn’t get with any of our existing hardware, is the ability to easily implement complex real-time feedback protocols during our experiments. This is a crucial element in the binary decomposition scheme and without it we would have to compromise on the effective quantum efficiency of our detector”.Réouven Assouly, ENS de Lyon
The Quantum Orchestration Platform is powerfully simple. Seamlessly perform advanced feedback-based protocols such as real-time qubit stabilization and quantum error correction using an easy, intuitive platform
Loop over a wide range of parameters, including intermediate frequencies, amplitudes, phases, delays, integration parameters, measurement axes and more.
Easily program complex real-time calculations, then integrate and sync them into any protocol, including complex analysis of input data.
Use general control flow statements, loop statements and more, to manipulate the flow of your programs.
Operate at less than 150 ns, using its results to impact pulse shaping, integration parameters and branching between pulses and procedures.
Play up to 10 pulses with different intermediate frequencies to a single output (5 in IQ-mode), and demodulate any given input signal with up to 10 different frequencies.
Know with certainty your qubit measurements are correct by optimizing your measurement process parameters.
A powerful yet intuitive language designed for quantum physicists
The platform enables multiple users to run multiple experiments on the same hardware, at the same time.
That Were Impossible Before
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