With a dedicated team of scientists, engineers and developers we are pushing quantum technology to support scientists worldwide with our scalable qubit control and readout equipment from ultrastable DC to 18.5 GHz for academic and industrial quantum labs. The Qblox control stack combines unlevelled noise performance, low-latency arbitrary control flows and can be scaled up to 100s of qubits. Our company is based in the Netherlands as a spinoff of QuTech, which enables us to implement the latest scientific insights and take a position upfront in the worldwide race towards quantum advantage. Using the technology developed at QuTech as a springboard, the Qblox team has fundamentally reimagined the architecture of quantum control to create a single integrated control stack that provides all the functionality needed to manipulate and measure quantum computers. The Qblox architecture speeds up calibration routines by orders of magnitude, saving research teams significant amounts of time and money.
- Fully-integrated control stack:
Incorporating all the technology needed to reduce cost and complexity
- Advanced sequence processing:
A novel approach for fast, intelligent and agile qubit operations
- Hybrid high-level programming:
Complete and intuitive workflow for all user levels
- Scalable and modular design:
Future-proof and flexible architecture from a handful to 100s of qubits
- Analogue Excellence:
Ultrastable and low noise electronics for reliable signal flow
The Cluster Series is the ideal hardware for quantum setups scaling from a handful towards 100s of qubits. Control and readout tasks are assigned to different modules which operate at baseband (0 – 300 MHz) or in the microwave regime (2 – 18.5 GHz).
For few-qubit setups, we offer the standalone operable Pulsar modules. Equipped with the same Qblox technology as found in our Cluster Series, the portable size of the Pulsar QCM and Pulsar QRM is ideal for quickly setting up tests and experiments and replacing voluminous non-dedicated lab equipment.
CEO & Co-founder
Dr Niels Bultink
Delft, The Netherlands