Lancaster University spinout company Quinas Technology Limited is exhibiting at the UK National Quantum Technologies Showcase in London.
The Showcase is being held in collaboration with Innovate UK, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the UK National Quantum Technologies Programme (UKNQTP).
Quinas is commercialising Lancaster’s ULTRARAM™ computer memory, which combines the best properties of DRAM and flash into a single device.
ULTRARAM™ inventor, Professor Manus Hayne of the Physics Department at Lancaster University and Chief Scientific Officer at Quinas, said:
“We are delighted to be exhibiting at the UK’s flagship quantum technologies event. ULTRARAM™ exploits quantum phenomena to achieve its contradictory capability to easily change very robustly stored data, and it also has great potential for the very low temperature digital electronics that is needed for practical quantum computers.”
The Quantum Technologies Showcase is open to anyone with a vested interest in the UK quantum technology sector, including industry professionals, businesses, academics, government representatives and investors.
There are keynote speeches by the Minister for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) George Freeman MP, the Chief Executive of UKRI Professor Dame Ottoline Leyser, Tom Newby Deputy Director, Head of the UK Office for Quantum, DSIT, Jonathan Legh-Smith Executive Director, UKQuantum, Elham Kashefi, Chief Scientist, National Quantum Computing Centre and Tim Spiller, Director, Quantum Communications Hub.
The showcase will also demonstrate the success and progress of UKNQTP, a £1 billion dynamic collaboration between industry, academia and government. So far, UKNQTP have invested almost £500m in UK Quantum projects, with a goal of £1b by 2024, including several hundred businesses from supply chain, end users and technology developers.
The Showcase follows on from Quinas’ success in being awarded ‘Most Innovative Startup’ at August’s Flash Memory Summit in Silicon Valley, the world’s largest memory event, and a £300,000 Innovate UK project which started in October.Back to News