4 October 2020 Transitioning quantum atomic technologies from the lab to the real world
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ColdQuanta leads in the commercialization of quantum atomic technologies for both laboratory and real-world applications. However, the two spaces require very different responses. Size, weight and power reduction is critical to enable many deployed systems. In these cases, ColdQuanta has focused on compact technologies. For research applications, flexibility and performance is the key and ColdQuanta targets higher performance, more versatile technologies. A third option is providing remote access to research systems and capabilities, which suggests quantum-as-a-service as a viable model. This approach minimizes many of the risks while providing unique advantages for the quantum industry.
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Maximillian A. Perez "Transitioning quantum atomic technologies from the lab to the real world", Proc. SPIE 11579, Quantum Photonics: Enabling Technologies, 1157906 (4 October 2020);
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