Aurea Technology showcases optical building blocks for quantum technologies

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Aurea Technology is exhibiting advanced optical building blocks required in Quantum technologies at the SPIE Photonics West.

With more than 10 years of experience in quantum optics, Aurea Technology offers a complete suite of high-performance optical modules and instruments for Quantum Communications, Quantum-safe Security, and Quantum Sensing. The fully comprehensive suite of the high-performance optical building blocks from Aurea Technology includes:

  • The SPD_OEM Single Photon Counting module with its newly introduced device-to-device communication protocol, and enhanced photon detection sensitivity to detect ultra-low-level of light down to the single-photon,
  • The TPS, the world’s first self-contained high-performance entangled photon source with the highest brightness, visibility, and photon Indistinguishability,
  • The LYNXEA is the only “all-in-one” time-resolved Single Photon Counting instrument, which fully integrates two independent Photon counting detection channels with associated picosecond timing electronics,
  • The CHRONOXEA is a fast and easy-to-use time-correlation module compatible with any commercial SPAD detectors, which provides time-correlated photon counting acquisitions at picosecond resolution.

All Aurea Technology’s solutions are provided with an exhaustive DLL library in LabVIEW, Python, and C++, and the newly introduced device-to-device communication protocol for easy integration in larger Quantum communication systems.


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