Following Archer’s success at the Tech Global Business Conference and Exhibition in Boston in September, commercial progress achieved in development of the 12CQ room-temperature qubit processor chip and as part of advancing its quantum technology vertical, CEO Dr Mohammad Choucair and Quantum Technology manager Dr Martin Fuechsle will attend.
The conference is a high-level international event with a strong focus on commercial applications of quantum technology.
It aims to facilitate development of the broader supply chain in the commercial applications of quantum computing technology.
“Testament to progress the company has made”
Choucair said: “The opportunity to chair a session on quantum computing at the conference is testament to the progress the company has made.
“The focus of our CQ activities leading up to the conference centres on quantum measurements of the chip (qubit) components - the ‘quantum’ in quantum computing.
“April 2020 will be 12 months since Archer commenced the 12CQ project and we look forward to updating organisations in the quantum computing ecosystem on our exciting progress.”
CQ project presentation
Archer will also give a presentation introducing the company and the CQ project and will update delegates on the quantum computing progress, identify upcoming opportunities and conduct face-to-face meetings with key decision-makers in the quantum economy.
With access to world-class facilities to build prototype chips, the company has advanced the commercial readiness of the chip and has demonstrated the possibility of qubit scalability in fabrication by precisely positioning the chip qubit component.