FormFactor Adds Dilution Refrigeration (DR) Systems Critical for Quantum Computer Deployment
FormFactor’s dilution refrigerators deliver:
- Cryogen-free operation with pushbutton cooling automation
- Broad options include probe socket test interface, magnetic shielding, low noise, low vibration, large sample space, and multiple ports for wiring and optics
- Cooling power ranging from 250 to 600 microwatts at 100 millikelvin, with a roadmap to higher cooling-power for large qubit counts
- FormFactor’s established worldwide customer support infrastructure
The dilution refrigerators join FormFactor’s innovative suite of cryogenic products and services designed to accelerate quantum research and commercialization.
- High-throughput wafer and chip-scale cryogenic prober such as IQ3000, reducing device characterization time to hours from days or weeks
- Adiabatic demagnetization refrigerator (ADR) cryostats for qubit prescreening, ensuring known-good qubits before deployment in a DR
- Cryogenic RF and DC probe interface, enabling rapid test by eliminating days of wafer dicing and wire bonding
- Cryogenic Test Services at
Advanced Cryogenic Lablocated in Boulder, Coloradoproviding immediate access to wafer-scale data
“It’s critical that we continue to advance quantum development,” said Dr.
“With the addition of these DR systems,
To learn more about FormFactor’s new dilution refrigeration products and other cryogenic systems, visit https://www.formfactor.com/products/quantum-cryo.
* Source: IDC, IDC Forecasts Worldwide Quantum Computing Market to Grow to
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