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EeroQ Raises US$7.25mm to Power Quantum Computers with Helium

EeroQ, a quantum computer chip design company, has raised a sum of US$7.25mm seed funding through B Capital’s Ascent Fund. EeroQ is taking a slightly different approach towards quantum computing by betting on mass-produced CMOS chips that use electrons floating on liquid helium to power the core of its quantum processors. The advantage of this, the EeroQ team argues, is that it allows for very long coherence times (close to 10 seconds), fast gates and the ability to quickly scale the technology to thousands of qubits.

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