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Oxford Ionics breaks global quantum performance records

Oxford Ionics has demonstrated the highest performing quantum chip in the world, which can be produced at scale in a standard semiconductor fabrication plant.

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Controlling Qubits at Scale

In our newest paper we demonstrate a way of controlling qubits that can achieve low gate error rates, parallel qubit control & exclusive use of technologies that scale.

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Announcing our £30m Series A funding

We’re excited to announce that we have raised £30 million in Series A funding from some of the world’s leading quantum and tech investors.

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Oxford Ionics wins contract to deliver a quantum computer to the NQCC

Today we announce that Oxford Ionics has won a £6m contract to supply a quantum computer to the UK’s National Quantum Computing Centre (“NQCC”) in Harwell, Oxfordshire.

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Appointing ex-Arm CTO & UK security fund backing

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dipesh Patel, the former CTO of Arm, as our non-executive director. Dipesh's vast experience will be invaluable as we continue our quantum journey.

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Oxford Ionics and Infineon join forces

Oxford Ionics and Infineon Technologies AG announce a collaboration to build high-performance and fully integrated quantum processing units (QPUs).

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Proud to be a WIRED Trailblazer

We have been recognised as a game-changer in WIRED's Trailblazers for 2023. A huge achievement for our world-class team pushing the boundaries of quantum technology 🏅

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Solving quantum computing's wiring dilemma

One of the biggest challenges facing the quantum industry is how to wire the chips up as we look to meaningfully scale the size, power and potential of quantum computers.

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