HILBERT: ColdQuanta's powerful quantum computer
Hilbert, our cloud-based quantum computer, will deliver 100 QUBITS in early 2022. Leveraging the natural scalability of the Cold Atom Approach, the Hilbert team is targeting >1000 QUBITS by 2024 with strong connectivity, fidelity, and miniaturization at room temperature without refrigeration required.
High qubit count: 100 in 2021, targeting to >1,000 in 3 years
High qubit interaction at 4:1 connectivity
Roadmap to high fidelity
Operates at room temperature
Duration of time that quantum properties are maintained is long
Quantum operations can be performed rapidly
Hilbert will be accessed via the cloud, both directly and through cloud service providers
10^6 qubits on a thumbnail, with a footprint 1/200,000th the size of superconducting qubits
Atomic Array 121 Qubits
Cold Atom - 10^6 Qubits on a Thumbnail
Superconducting Circuit 53 Qubits
Superconducting - 10^6 Qubits Requires Sq Meters; A cryostat (Refrigeration Device) of that Size Does Not Exist
2021 - The 2021 achievement of .95 2Q combined with 100 qubits and high connectivity will be a powerful combination.
Future - Fidelity will improve; taken together with qubit count and connectivity, Hilbert will be a powerful Quantum Computer
ColdQuanta’s High Coherence and Short Gate Duration Contribute to the Compelling Roadmap for ColdQuanta’s Quantum Computer
Coherence means the quantum properties are being maintained. The longer coherence persists, the more time a Quantum Computer has to perform a set of operations.
The gate duration is the time for an individual computational operation (referred to gate) to be performed.
$7.4M DARPA Award
64 Qubit Prototype
Target completion for 100 Qubit computer
Cloud-based computing service offered
Second-unit operational, with increased Qubits and higher fidelity
1,000 Qubit Computer