LabOne Q is the new software framework to accelerate progress in quantum computing. LabOne Q’s Python based, high-level programming interface enables users to concentrate on intuitive, efficient experiment design, while automatically accounting for their instrumentation details and maximizing useful computation time. Tight system integration between software and hardware ensures a seamless user experience from setups with a single qubit to those with 100 and more.
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LabOne Q empowers users to focus on science by providing an intuitive high-level programming language for constructing pulse sequences and building experiments. LabOne Q streamlines and automates time-consuming tasks such as optimizing instrument settings, generating and uploading waveforms, and synchronizing pulses between multiple instruments. Even with this control and measurement automation, users still have complete low-level access to the instruments. Setup details and instrument settings are accessible through a single line of code. LabOne Q provides browser-based tools for visualization of the experimental sequences and pulses before execution, giving a simplified overview of complex experiments, even with hundreds of pulses. The user-friendly python environment makes keeping track of experimental results and calibration data and repeating or modifying a previous experiment straightforward.
LabOne Q. All Quantum in One.
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Optimized duty cycle
LabOne Q enables users to get the most out of their setups by optimizing control instructions and minimizing communication overhead. LabOne Q Experiments have a clear distinction between real-time execution, when the instruments execute instructions and gather data autonomously, and near-time instructions, when communication with an outside process is necessary. For example, when tuning up a quantum gate with optimal control, real-time calibration sequences are interleaved with optimization steps, where intermediate measurement results are used to optimally calibrate the required gate pulse. Additionally, a clear separation between offline and online workflows means experiments may be pipelined and queued to increase uptime. This means less time is spent on classical processing, and more on quantum computing.
With LabOne Q, controlling many qubits is straightforward. Upgrading or scaling up a lab setup just requires a drop-in replacement in the code, with synchronization of all instruments ensured from the start. Simultaneous tune-up of multiple qubits, multiplexed qubit state readout, multi-qubit gate calibration, or control crosstalk compensation – it is included in LabOne Q.
Qubit Control Just Got Easier. That Simple.
About Zurich Instruments
Zurich Instruments makes cutting-edge instrumentation for scientists and technologists in advanced laboratories who are passionate about phenomena that are often notoriously difficult to measure. The company’s core offering includes lock-in amplifiers, impedance analyzers, arbitrary waveform generators, and the first commercially available quantum computing control system.
Zurich Instruments brings innovation to scientific instrumentation and quantum control systems in the medium-frequency (MF), ultra-high-frequency (UHF) and now also super-high-frequency (SHF) ranges by combining frequency- and time-domain tools within each of its products. This approach reduces the complexity of laboratory setups and unlocks new measurement strategies.