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Quantum Matter Machine (QMM)


Quantum Matter Machine (QMM)

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The compact and integrated Quantum Matter Machine (QMM) is a shortcut to high-value results. Generate, manipulate, and measure quantum matter in a fraction of the footprint of systems with comparable capabilities!


Infleqtion is in the business of quality and compact quantum research and development tools so you can focus on your own innovation. 


Ordinarily, the path to hardware capable of ultracold atoms and quantum matter would require a year of time and a quantum physicist or three fully dedicated to the bring-up. A QMM enables your team to instead focus on the work that the hardware was designed to do.


QMMs are for seasoned experimentalists, quantum theorists, and newcomers to the field of ultracold matter.




  • Compact & highly integrated

  • RuBECi quantum core

  • Complete photonics, optics, and imaging systems

  • Expandable control package in a compact, movable rack

  • Control software

  • Package upgrade option: projection system for arbitrary potential painting

  • Rubidium -87


  • Shipping, duties and taxes not included in estimated price

  • For international buyers, an additional distributor's cost may apply


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The 2D MOT magnet assembly produces magnetic field gradients appropriate for a 2D(+) MOT. 

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The RuBECi utilizes a two-chamber vacuum system: a lower 2D MOT source chamber, and an upper ultra-high vacuum science chamber.

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ColdQuanta’s high-quality glass cells offer a new level of optical access to in-vacuum experiments. 

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The platform consists of two stages: a 2D+ MOT for producing a two-dimensional (2D) magneto-optical trap (MOT) in the lower chamber...

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The 3-Axis Coil assembly consists of six coils arranged to apply magnetic bias fields and gradients across atomic samples...

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ColdQuanta’s cryogenic ion trap housings give you a self-contained, high-optical access...

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