Zero Point Cryogenics drops the temperature to raise computing powerDownload MP3
John P. Davis and Christopher Cassin of Zero Point Cryogenics discuss the business they're building around dilution refrigerators, a key component in the development of quantum computing. And guest co-host Mack Male helps Karen Unland dive into some innovation ecosystem news.
Here are the relevant links for this episode:
- Zero Point Cryogenics
- John P. Davis
- Christopher Cassin
- Zero Point Cryogenics closes deal involving National Research Council
- Zero Point's pitch at Investment Summit V
- More on quantum tech in Alberta
- More on Canada's quantum strategy
- Skepticism about quantum computing
- Optimism about quantum computing
- Elise Usunier, Zero Point's director of sales and marketing
More ecosystem news
- Startup TNT creates shared space for investors downtown
- Lineup for Top 20 Pitch Night
- Oct. 6: Top 20 Pitch Night
- Nov. 17: Investment Summit VI Finale
- Edmonton Unlimited, the new identity for Innovate Edmonton
- Edmonton Startup Week
Many thanks to our title sponsor, Edmonton Unlimited, as well as to Alberta Blue Cross for support of this episode.
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