Since the start of the last decade, the drive towards quantum computing has increased significantly. The desire to perform computational tasks faster and more efficiently than on a classical system, or perform computational tasks that are not practical or feasible on current classical computers has lead to a number of significant developments in this field since the announcement of the first commercial quantum annealing system in 2011.
Quantum technology devices utilise the unique properties of the quantum world to enable new and powerful computing capabilities. Truly changing the way computers process data, new possibilities of encryption and data analysis are made possible.
Oxford Instruments provides process solutions for a wide range of device architectures, from ALD to plasma etch and deposition.