A new paper published in the Quantum Science and Technology journal (QST) has demonstrated the first step towards a high-performing quantum processor with a flip-chip architecture.
The paper by our scientific advisor, Sandoko Kosen, and the Wallenberg Center for Quantum Technology (WACQT), Gothenburg, is the basis of the next-generation quantum processor housed in our LINQER80.
At SCALINQ, we develop hardware solutions for quantum computers. Our latest product, LINQER, is a sample holder used in state-of-the-art quantum computing research projects.
You can learn more about LINQER and its performance here or by contacting us at email@example.com.
You can read the full paper by Sandoko Kosen on the building and integration of a flip-chip superconducting quantum processor here.