BBC visits ORCA Computing’s office
The BBC’s technology correspondent, Rory Cellan-Jones, recently visited the ORCA Computing offices to interview our Co-founder and CEO Richard Murray to find out how we are completely changing the way people view quantum computers with our new PT-1 Series.
“Firstly, it’s not cryogenically cooled, it’s all at room temperature.
“And you’ll also see it looks a lot like a normal computer would – it’s a rack-mounted system, it looks very unspecialist.
“Our approach uses single photons, so single units of light.
“And the great thing about single photons is that they don’t interfere with the outside environment.”
Read the BBC News article