Oxford Instruments to Take Delivery of Proteox, Oxford Instruments’ Next Generation Cryofree Refrigerator
(HPCWire) Oxford Instruments NanoScience, leaders in dilution refrigerator technology, announces its partnership with Oxford Quantum Circuits (OQC), to accelerate quantum computing commercialisation in the UK. As part of the collaboration, OQC is taking delivery of Oxford Instruments’ next generation Cryofree refrigerator, Proteox.
Proteox was specifically designed to facilitate high-density wiring with insert-modulatory. OQC will leverage these features to enhance the scaling of its unique 3D architecture, also paving the way towards quantum-focused Measurements as a Service capability. OQC is the first company worldwide to take delivery of the Proteox.
“Our collaboration with Oxford Instruments NanoScience and our work with Proteox is a significant milestone in our plans to build a quantum-powered future,” comments OQC CEO Ilana Wisby. “Proteox will complement our equipment capability in our new state-of-the-art laboratory, further enabling our customers to access our technology online and on site.”
Proteox is a next-generation Cryofree system that provides a step change in modularity and adaptability for ultra-low temperature experiments in condensed-matter physics and quantum computing industrialisation. The Proteox platform has been developed to provide a single, interchangeable modular solution that can support multiple users and a variety of set-ups or experiments while also enabling remote management.