Oxford Instruments Omicron NanoScience have developed a new Cryofree platform for quantum computing applications offering lower temperatures, more sample space and higher cooling power than any other system on the market.
TritonXL extends the capabilities of the market leading TritonTM dilution refrigerator and beats all temperature records for cryofree dilution refrigerators by cooling samples as large as 430 mm in diameter to ≤ 4 milliKelvin in less than 36 hours.
The new platform can be configured with standard Triton accessories such as the Oxford Instruments best in class sample loader and cool-down accelerators for superconducting magnets. TritonXL can accommodate two pulse tube coolers, at least 70 high-frequency lines and superconducting magnets up to 18 Tesla in a single cryostat.
Dr Gustav Teleberg, product manager at Oxford Instruments comments: “We are delighted to bring this new product to the market at a time when quantum computing is evolving rapidly. Scientists will benefit from the boosted performance and increased sample space this very exciting technology offers.”
About Oxford Instruments Omicron NanoScience
Internationally recognised as world leaders in superconductivity, ultra low temperature cryogenic environments and ultra high vacuum environments, Oxford Instruments Omicron NanoScience is driving innovation in these fields. The company’s leading-edge technologies support research in nanotechnology, solid state and condensed matter physics. Combining outstanding technical expertise, original thinking and a commitment to meeting customers’ needs, Oxford Instruments Omicron NanoScience enables real advances both in research and commercial applications by providing the high quality technological environments needed to meet demanding experimental requirements. Oxford Instruments Omicron NanoScience is part of the Oxford Instruments plc group.