Tour highlights AIM Photonics’ quantum computing research and accessibility to emerging technologies for innovative prototype development
AIM Photonics was honored recently to host a visit by U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire as a part of the senator’s tour of government and commercial facilities that are leading quantum computing research throughout the U.S.
The purpose of Sen. Hassan’s visit to AIM Photonics was to learn more about technologies related to the CHIPS Act and the National Semiconductor Technology Center (NSTC) and, in particular, how AIM Photonics provides technology access to small- to medium-sized businesses not typically available through larger, high-volume commercial foundries.
“As a world leader in design and fabrication of PICs, AIM Photonics is an essential contributor to the widespread adoption of quantum technologies,” said Wade Cook, Executive Director of AIM Photonics. “A significant aspect of our mission is to make our world-class technology available to small and medium enterprises, universities, and of course the U.S. government,” he added.