Quantum Computing Vibration Isolation
The nature of quantum computing is such that the state of the qubits can be adversely affected by numerous external influences, vibration being one of them. Use of a very high-performance vibration isolator, such as Minus K’s 0.5 Hz isolators can minimize the vibrations that could cause problems for the qubits including decoherence.
Storage unit for qubits must be able to stabilize the qubits and certain requirements have to be met. These can range from needing to be near zero degrees with the use of cryostats and/or the use of a vacuum chamber.
Minus K Technology isolators are totally passive and use no air or electricity, will not create any acoustic noise, exhaust particulation, or generate any heat. The isolators can support cryostats and vacuum chambers for experiments or be integrated directly into quantum computing systems.