eleQtron develops and operates quantum computers. Our next-generation computing machines will be able to solve problems in chemistry, life sciences, logistics and finance that even the best conventional supercomputers cannot handle

To do this, we compute with the quantum states of atoms (qubits), shielded from interference. The groundbreaking concept we have developed, called MAGIC, allows these qubits to be controlled reliably and precisely using established, inexpensive and miniaturizable high-frequency technology.

Why Quantum Computing:

### Quantum Computers can perform calculations in parallel:

One ion or qubit can perform 2

^{1}=2 parallel operationsTwo ions or qubits can perform 2

^{2}=4 parallel operationsThree ions or qubits can perform 2

^{3}=8 parallel operationsFour ions or qubits can perform 2

^{4}=16 parallel operationsFive ions or qubits can perform 2

^{5}=32 parallel operationsSix ions or qubits can perform 2

^{6}=64 parallel operationsSeven ions or qubits can perform 2

^{7}=128 parallel operationsEight ions or qubits can perform 2

^{8}=256 parallel operationsNine ions or qubits can perform 2

^{9}=256 parallel operations10 ions can perform 2

^{10}=1024 parallel operations11 ions can perform around 2000 parallel operations

12 ions can perform around 4000 parallel operations

13 ions can perform around 8000 parallel operations

14 ions can perform around 16000 parallel operations

15 ions can perform around 30000 parallel operations

16 ions can perform around 60000 parallel operations

17 ions can perform around 125000 parallel operations

18 ions can perform around 250000 parallel operations

19 ions can perform around 500000 parallel operations

20 ions can perform around one million parallel operations

And with 100 ions, you can perform one thousand billion billion billion operations in parallel. The computational power doubles with every qubit. For calculations which are especially suited to exploit this parallelism, even moderate qubit numbers can lead to quantum supremacy — when a quantum computer is faster than a classical computer.

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## Vision

Quantum Computer

Quantum computers are capable of performing parallel computations. With each qubit, the number of operations that can be performed in parallel doubles. In the future, this will enable us to efficiently tackle previously unsolvable problems.

Ion Qubits

The ions of a particular species always have exactly the same properties under comparable environmental conditions. This makes them the best atomic clocks in the world, as well as an excellent and reliable qubit.

MAGIC

MAGIC (MAgnetic Gradient Induced Coupling) enables the control of qubits with static magnetic fields and scalable radio frequency fields — as widely used in communication technology. The concept was invented by founder Christof Wunderlich and developed scientifically in his Siegen research group.

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