Fault-tolerance sooner than predicted.
A new spin on quantum computing.
Computational power is at the heart of any quantum computer. By using spin qubits, the Photonic architecture harnesses best-in-class compute power and memory that is key to achieving fault-tolerance.
A powerful qubit is only as effective as its ability to communicate. By using a qubit with a photon interface, the Photonic architecture is able to communicate using ultralow-loss telecommunications band fibres, enabling fault tolerance at scale.
Scalability is a challenge for most quantum platforms. The Photonic architecture combines the advanced manufacturing capability of silicon with distributed computing to achieve a quantum computer with unlimited potential to scale.
Silicon Colour Centre Qubits
Leveraging T centres to harness the compute power of spins and the communication capabilities of photons, Photonic is delivering on that promise.
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* (McKinsey & Company, Quantum Technology monitor, April 2023)
Unlocking the future
Improved compute power
Fault-tolerant quantum computers will perform certain calculations that are beyond the reach of classical computers.
Enhanced digital security
Fault-tolerant quantum computing will break many of today's cryptographic algorithms, but it could also make new, more secure encryption available.
Better artificial intelligence
Fault-tolerant quantum computers will more efficiently perform machine learning algorithms, leading to improved decision-making in finance, healthcare, and logistics.
Enhanced scientific discovery
Fault-tolerant quantum computers will simulate complex systems for chemists to anticipate reactions and produce accurate results in less time.
New business opportunities
Using fault-tolerant quantum computers, companies will solve problems faster and more efficiently, including optimization, logistics and materials engineering.