In 2018, Zurich Instruments introduced the first commercial Quantum Computing Control System (QCCS), designed to control more than 100 superconducting and spin qubits. Each component of the QCCS is conceived to play a specific role in qubit control, readout and feedback, and operates in a fully synchronized manner with the other parts of the system. LabOne Q, the Zurich Instruments control software for the QCCS, provides a full measurement framework for quantum computing and facilitates the integration into higher-level software.
The Zurich Instruments QCCS supports researchers and engineers by allowing them to focus on the development of quantum processors and other elements of the quantum stack while benefiting from the most advanced classical control electronics and software.
Efficient workflows, tailored specifications and feature sets, and a high degree of reliability are the characteristics most valued by our customers.
The scientific achievements accomplished with the QCCS (see below for a list of publications) are a testimony to our close engagement with some of the most ambitious research groups in this area. The QCCS operates directly at qubit frequencies without mixer calibration, offers high density and low cost per qubit, and provides a growing feature set that takes into account the most recent developments in quantum computing.