Cryogenic systems are a major investment. Long waits for data can slow down development cycles and hinder production schedules. FormFactor offers a range of cryogenic test and measurement solutions to quantum engineers. Cryogenic test services allow you to avoid the high upfront capital cost of a complete system, enable immediate access to cryogenic data, and ensure you are obtaining the data you need to advance your program.
You can partner with FormFactor to build custom probing solutions and collect the valuable cryogenic data you need. Whether it’s at 4 K or < 50 mK, we will work with you to solve your unique test and measurement challenges.
Our Cryogenic Test as a Service allows you to…
- Screen for manufacturing defects at cryogenic temperatures to improve device sorting
- Statistically correlate room temperature data with cryogenic performance by obtaining high volume data at the wafer scale
- Pre-characterize Qubits prior to deployment to reduce QPU bring-up time
- Material characterization of superconducting devices
The full test service process may take as little as 4 weeks depending on the complexity of the probing solution. We are committed to working closely with you to provide the fastest time to data.
Getting started is pretty straight-forward, with a four-step process. The four steps in our test services process are feasibility, quotation, preparation, and implementation. During the first phase we will work with you to understand the challenges and recommend the proper solution. In the second phase we will define a probing solution, configure the experiment, and develop a test plan. At this point a proposal is generated and submitted. Once accepted, a test date is reserved, and preparation begins. We will manufacture, set up, and evaluate your probing solution prior to the test date.
Take a virtual tour of our Advanced Cryogenic Lab in Boulder, Colorado at the link below and learn more about Cryogenic Test as a Service for advanced quantum development.
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