Our team are world leaders in building quantum processors using electron spins in CMOS quantum dots, having invented this revolutionary technology in Sydney, Australia, filing a network of patents beginning in 2014.
It was on our campus, just 20 minutes' drive from the Sydney Opera House and Bondi Beach that silicon quantum computers were invented.
There is a fundamental advantage to the Diraq platform: our technology leverages more than 50 years and trillions of dollars invested in the semiconductor industry.
The factories that build the silicon chips for classical computers today can build our quantum chips tomorrow. Our processors work at the nanometer scales that other approaches can never hope to achieve.
Diraq has established the core IP in quantum computing hardware that can be manufactured at scale using existing silicon chip manufacturing plants.
This means highly efficient, tightly packed quantum processor stacks of a similar size to a single server rack that drives the cloud now.
The transformational applications of quantum computing will require many millions, and ultimately billions, of qubits. Diraq's silicon-based technology is arguably the only pathway to the billions of qubits needed to realise quantum computing's huge economic potential.