QUANTUM PHOTONIC PROCESSOR
QuiX Quantum is the market leader in photonic quantum computing with our high-tech, scalable, future-proof, plug-and-play integrated photonic solutions. We are a fabless, horizontally integrated company, focusing on quantum computing using integrated photonics. We fabricate a quantum photonic processor - a low-loss, multimode, reconfigurable interferometer. Our processor allows the user to perform arbitrary, controlled interference between a number of optical channels, in the classical or quantum domain.
OEC is a trusted partner with a deep understanding of Photon Counting Detectors and Applications. We
provide detectors from Micro Photon Devices with 30ps timing resolution, superior detection efficiency, low
dark counts and low afterpulsing. We sell PicoQuant’s Multichannel Picosecond Event Timers: PicoHarp
300, HydraHarp 400, MultiHarp series that have up to 64 detector channels and the TimeHarp 260. These
products are very powerful and versatile because each channel is independent and can “time-tag” the
We also sell Single Photon Counting detectors based on Superconducting Nanowires from Quantum Opus, which now offer a complete wall-plug portable system that has a one push button cool-down. New to the product offering is a Single Photon Source from Quandela. Quandela are experts in the fabrication of performing devices for the research in quantum photonics and quantum information. They fabricate unique solid-state sources of quantum light and opto-electronic modules for the interface with fiber based systems and integrated photonic circuits. Quandela’s Single Photon Source delivers Identical / Indistinguishable Photons with High Brightness, High Purity that are on-demand. These sources will bring a new revolution in quantum technologies based on light.
A Photonic Processor from QuiX Quantum for Quantum Computing and Quantum Networking. The photonic processors offered by QuiX Quantum are universal multimode tunable interferometers. Photonic processors allow arbitrary, user-defined interference to occur between a series of light fields. The processor consists of a series of optical waveguides which contain the light and define the optical modes. These waveguides are brought into controlled contact, which implements the desired operation. The layout is chosen such that any desired linear optical transformation can be implemented.
Finally, we sell a novel interferometer from NIREOS as an add-on to the Photon Counting detectors and TCSPC electronics to provide a Time-Emission Spectra for applications like Time-Resolved Photoluminescence.
We are very knowledgeable about the Photon Counting Detectors, PicoQuant’s Picosecond Event Timers, and the Quandela Single Photon Sources. We will be able to answer any questions you may have. We look forward to our discussion.
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