Semiconductors, Chips & Quantum Success Stories

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NVision Imaging Technologies

€2.5 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Transition

Hyperpolarized NMR made simple

NVision will significantly simplify the existing Hyperpolarized NMR paradigm. Our unique approach is to produce spin order in standard hydrogen molecules to act as polarisation batteries.

Their technology will provide many new opportunities for the fields of Synthetic chemistry, Analytical chemistry, and NMR research.

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Spin-Ion

€2.5 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Transition

Hybrid Spintronic Synapses for Neuromorphic Computing

Spin-Ion Technologies develops a manufacturing solution based on ion beam processes to precisely engineer magnetic materials at the atomic scale.

Their technology enables the development of new neuromorphic chips based on low-power synapses composed of magnetic devices that can overcome both catastrophic forgetting and reduce device variability, hence greatly advancing the development of highly efficient, robust hardware amenable to neural applications on the edge.

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Qilimanjaro

€2.5 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Transition

Real-World Commercial Coherent Quantum Annealing Technology

In RoCCQeT project, Qilimanjaro offers a way to speed up quantum computing’s market readiness with our full-stack solution.

Their coherent quantum annealers enable them to bypass roadblocks that limit quantum hardware: the coherent quantum annealing approach doesn’t require complex error correction, and our architecture promotes connectivity, high quantum coherence, and innovative couplings to address non-simulatable quantum compute problems.

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Qruise

€2.5 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Transition

Accelerating Quantum Technology Development with Machine Learning

The EU-funded QruiseOS project aims to commercialise the specialist experience of its founders on the utilisation of quantum technologies.

They will do this by validating and developing QruiseOS, a quantum technology demonstrator that will enable users to stay on top of large players.

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Xmos

€2.1 Million

Horizon 2020: SME Instrument

Edge machine learning for smart IoT devices

Xmos creates fast, flexible, easy-to-use economic processors that put intelligence, connectivity, and enhanced computation at the core of smart IoT products.

Their core platform enables product designers to architect highly differentiated and integrated system-on-chip solutions.

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Smart Photonics

€3.2 Million

Horizon 2020: SME Instrument

Independent European microchip foundry

Smart Photonics is a pure-play foundry offering production services for Indium Phosphide-based photonic components.

They support custom and generic chip manufacturing, with over 300 generic chips realised.

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Upmem

€3.6 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Accelerator

Faster computing, at a fraction of environmental impact & cost

Upmem enables the first Process In Memory solutions that are fully programmable and scalable and can perform computations without the need for data movement.

Their technology accelerates computation up to 15x, lowering the TCO & energy consumption by 10x.

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Plair

€2.5 Million

SERI: Accelerator Grant

Real-time monitoring and risk assessment for air contamination control

Plair created specialised solutions for detection and early warning of changes in air quality for sterile manufacturing and research

Their technology has a wide range of applications from detection of bioaerosols and allergens, to microbial detection with the benefit of autonomous measurements for increased accuracy and reliability.

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Nexperia Energy Harvesting (Nowi)

€2.5 Million

Horizon Europe: EIC Accelerator

Enabling self-sustaining low-power applications with a novel integrated energy harvesting and power management circuit

Nowi develops a circuit called NH-A that combines the best performance with the lowest bill of materials and the smallest footprint.

Their technology will be a game changer for small IoT devices–enabling them to operate without a battery.

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