Our goal is a freely programmable, arbitrarily scalable quantum computer. There are still some difficulties to overcome for this, and we are tackling them.
In the next few years, we will drive the rapid development of the basic building blocks of our quantum computer, such as ion trap chips, high-frequency technology and algorithms. In addition, the process of linking multiple chips — a prerequisite for successful scaling — must be perfected.
Independently of this, we belive the technology is mature enough to address scientifically and commercially relevant problems with quantum computing at this early stage. That is why we are working to build simple, specialized quantum computers tailored to solve commercially relevant problems.
Why are we so confident? Because our technology — based on Magnetic Gradient-Induced Coupling, or MAGIC for short, circumvents the difficulties that virtually all other approaches suffer from:
The path towards Quantum Computing — and why eleQtron will go all the way