September 9th

Tabor Electronics and Bleximo Corp will launch the new Rubicon-V Full Stack Quantum Computing System at the Coming IEEE Quantum Week in Broomfield, CO,  September 18–23, 2022. The system uses Tabor’s Proteus Arbitrary Waveform Transceiver as the control electronics, combined with Bleximo’s AGIS.Qryo™, and Rubicon Software Framework. The system offers industry leading coherence times in a compact form factor.

Mark Elo, CMO of Tabor Electronics said, "Rubicon-V and its larger brother Rubicon-Plus offers the researcher a very stable low noise framework that extends coherence times, helping to accelerate the evolution of quantum computing".

To learn more visit us at IEEE Quantum Week in Broomfield, CO,  September 18–23, 2022. 

About Tabor Electronics

Tabor electronics are changing the way you think about Qubit Control, our mission is to reduce the complexity and reduce the cost per Qubit.

Bleximo are building full-stack superconducting application-specific quantum computers by co-designing algorithms and hardware to deliver practical solutions for high-impact problems.