News & Resources.

May 13, 2024

Tuning in: New insights highlight capabilities of T centres for distributing entanglement

Photonic is excited to announce the newly publicized results from our collaboration with research partners at Simon Fraser University and Dartmouth College. Our research, now available on arXiv, delves deep into the physics of T centres, our chosen qubit technology.

May 2, 2024

Photonic Hires Global Quantum Leaders in Key Leadership Roles

Photonic Inc. today announced it is scaling up its executive leadership team with industry forerunners in the areas of research and development, materials science, quantum technologies, marketing, human resources, and legal.

November 8, 2023

Photonic Accelerating Quantum Computing’s Transformational Benefits with New Architecture

Photonic Pursuing Unique Silicon-based Approach to Delivering Scalable, Distributed, and Fault-tolerant Quantum Computing and Networking Platform

November 8, 2023

Photonic Collaborating with Microsoft to Power Global Quantum Ecosystem

Strategic Collaboration Positions Photonic and Microsoft to Accelerate Transformational Impact of Quantum Computing and Networking

November 8, 2023

Photonic Raises $100 Million USD for Quantum Technology from BCI, Microsoft, and Other Investors

Total Funding of $140 Million to Date Fuels Fast-Paced Development of Scalable, Fault-tolerant, Quantum Computing and Networking Platform

November 8, 2023

Introducing Photonic’s Journey to Scalable Quantum Computing

Today, we’re making three announcements at Photonic that we believe bring us a significant step closer to turning quantum computing’s potential into reality

Recent Publications

May 14, 2024
Optical transition parameters of the silicon T centre
New insights highlight capabilities of T centres for distributed quantum computing
February 1, 2024
Stephanie Simmons – Keynote Address Chicago Quantum Exchange 2023
Scalable & Fault-Tolerant Quantum Technologies with Silicon Colour Centres
November 8, 2023
Scalable Fault-Tolerant Quantum Technologies with Silicon Colour Centres
This Perspective, recently submitted to arXiv, proposes a novel architecture for quantum information processing based on optically active spins in silicon that offers a combined single technological platform for scalable fault-tolerant quantum computing and networking. The architecture is optimized for overall entanglement distribution and leverages colour centre spins in silicon (T centres) for their manufacturability, photonic interface, and high fidelity information processing properties. Silicon nanophotonic optical circuits allow for photonic links between T centres, which are networked via telecom-band optical photons in a highly-connected graph. This high connectivity unlocks the use of low-overhead quantum error correction codes, significantly accelerating the timeline for modular, scalable fault- tolerant quantum repeaters and quantum processors.
November 8, 2023
What could networks of quantum supercomputers look like?
April 21, 2023
Waveguide-integrated silicon T centres
Optica
April 17, 2023
Memory and transduction prospects for silicon T centre devices
PRX Quantum
July 13, 2022
Optical observation of single spins in silicon
Nature
October 8, 2021
Generating T centres in photonic silicon-on-insulator material by ion implantation
New Journal of Physics
October 2, 2020
A silicon-integrated telecom photon-spin interface
PRX Quantum