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Quantum Motion

Quantum Motion is a company that develops scalable arrays of qubits using CMOS silicon processes.

Quantum Motion Technology is a company that is developing scalable qubit arrays fabricated on silicon with a CMOS compatible process. The company was founded in 2017 by scientists John Morton at University College London (UCL) and Simon Benjamin at the University of Oxford. On November 15th, 2017, Quantum Motion raised Seed round funding from Parkwalk Advisors, Oxford Sciences Innovation, and IP Group.

A single logical qubit can require thousands of physical qubits to allow the robust error checking required for dependable calculation. Quantum computing architecture will need to be scalable to reduce the size of the hardware required. Quantum Motion technology is developing scalable arrays of qubits based on CMOS silicon technology to achieve high-density qubits.

Timeline

March 31, 2021
Quantum Motion announces a quantum computing breakthrough, demonstrating that a stable qubit can be created on a standard silicon chip, similar to those used in smartphones.
May 14, 2020
Quantum Motion raises a $9,760,000 series A round from Inkef Capital.

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David Wise

Quantum Engineer

James Palles-Dimmock

Commercial Director

Jingyu Duan

Quantum Engineer

Michael Fogarty

Senior Quantum Engineer

Sofia Patomaki

Quantum Engineer

Zhenyu Cai

Quantum Engineer

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Maija Palmer
March 31, 2021
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The UK startup's method of creating stable qubits in regular silicom chips could be the key to creating scalable quantum computers.

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