Today, the control of leading qubits modalities relies on cryogenic environments and on the use of microwave pulses, an energy source that inevitably translates into heat, which, in turn, infiltrates the very refrigerator where qubits must remain cold. This thermal conundrum may work for a limited number of qubits, but for every qubit added, the heat generated in controlling the qubit becomes more and more of a problem as the refrigerator unwittingly floods with heat — a space that must remain cold for qubits to remain stable. Herein lies the distinction in SEEQC's approach.
By harnessing the power of Single Flux Quantum (SFQ) technology, SEEQC’s system operates on orders of magnitude less energy. The digital nature of SFQ, combined with its astonishing picosecond speed, not only circumvents the heat challenge but enables SEEQC's system to scale effectively in this environment.
SEEQC's quantum system boasts an impressive processing speed measured in 10s to 100s of GHz, rendering it exceptionally swift with minimal latency. This remarkable processing capability holds the potential to revolutionize various fields through the application of quantum computing technology.