The Center aims to advance a global network of quantum computers, processors, and sensors for the quantum internet
April 14, 2022
Trenton, New Jersey, USA – Teledyne Princeton Instruments and Teledyne Photometrics are pleased to announce they are now an industrial partner in the Innovation Ecosystem of the Center for Quantum Networks (CQN), a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center.
The Center for Quantum Networks (CQN) is taking on one of the greatest engineering challenges of the 21st century: to lay the technical and social foundations of the quantum internet. The Quantum Internet will require coordination of the quantum states of particles serving as computational bits between quantum computers, that is not present in the realms of classical physics.
Teledyne’s solutions have been used to clarify quantum optical systems and develop the novel materials needed to connect networks of quantum computers. Stephen Fleming, Innovation Ecosystem Direct at CQN notes, “Teledyne’s leadership in sensing and transmitting information in challenging environments makes it a perfect fit with the Center for Quantum Networks’ mission to lay the technical and social foundations of the quantum Internet.”
The overarching mission of the CQN Innovation Ecosystem is to spur new industries and a competitive marketplace of quantum service providers and application developers, laying the foundation for a socially responsible quantum internet. As part of the Innovation Ecosystem, Teledyne provides myriad products used in various aspects of quantum including sensing, computing, networking, as well as basic research. Related products include scientific CMOS, EMCCD (Electron Multiplying Charge Couple Device), and InGaAs detectors, as well as a variety of high-resolution spectrographs and spectrometers needed for material science research.
About Teledyne Princeton Instruments:
Teledyne Princeton Instruments and Teledyne Photometrics are part of Teledyne’s Vision Solutions group and are leaders in the design, manufacture, and deployment of digital imaging components for scientific research and applications of advanced technology.