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Leveraging open platforms for scalable quantum computing control systems

nVent/SCHROFF White Paper

Commercializing & Scaling QUANTUM COMPUTING from a Control Systems Perspective: An nVent/SCHROFF White Paper

This White Paper explores the direction of the quantum computing industry and how modular, open platforms provide a foundation for scaleable quantum computing control systems. 

Who should read this White Paper?

This White Paper is ideal for R&D Engineers looking to move forward quickly with ultra low latency and optimised synchronisation. Engineering Managers can find out how to simplify quantum computing development today, to scale growth tomorrow. Quantum researchers should download this White Paper to discover how to shorten the path from quantum computing theory to viable solution.

What does this White Paper cover?

In this White Paper, you will learn about:

  • Down the road for quantum technologies
  • Key considerations when creating a control system for your quantum computer
  • Drawing on modular technologies for quantum computing control systems, where possible

Quantum computing requires harnessing the laws of quantum mechanics to solve problems beyond the scope of what a classical computer can handle. It is a broad field with many sub-fields and supporting technologies inside it.

A strategic approach to optimising performance

Optimising performance, development time, and scalability is critical as quantum computing applications advance to accommodate tens, hundreds, and thousands of qubits. This White Paper explores how a strategic approach utilising open hardware platforms and modular building blocks can achieve these goals.

By starting with a well-established and scaleable framework based on open hardware platforms, users can leverage the expertise of industry leaders in signal routing and precise triggering. This collaborative approach thoroughly evaluates trade-offs between development timelines, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) noise, and latency during the design and validation phases.

Advanced shielding techniques, meticulous signal integrity practices, and high-precision routing methods ensure systems meet stringent low-noise specifications.  This technology can be customised to integrate seamlessly with existing equipment and housed in streamlined, cooled, and customisable enclosures to meet specific needs.

With a focus on commercialisation from the outset, this approach promotes the development of scaleable designs. This streamlines the path from theoretical concepts to practical applications, enabling the creation of quantum computing solutions that can grow alongside evolving needs.

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