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Interconnectivity Solutions for Quantum Technologies from Radiall

Quantum technologies promise to solve complex optimization problems that are out of the scope of today’s most powerful supercomputers. With this webinar, Radiall will unveil the latest interconnectivity solutions for quantum technologies: a strategic and booming field. Will you be part of it?




Date: February 20, 2023
Time: 10 AM EST (7 AM PST / 4:00 PM CET)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Quantum technologies (sensors, communication and computers) promise to be a technological revolution. Quantum computers could be able to solve complex optimization problems that are out of the scope of today’s most powerful supercomputers.

Transforming this promising technology into a reality will require industrial breakthroughs to accompany the scale up towards an efficient and powerful use of these complex systems. New requirements will be needed: cryogenics, control electronics, microwave cabling and components.

Radiall provides leading-edge interconnect solutions since 1952 and is fully involved in the "quantum computing revolution” by providing a wide range of RF, microwave and fiber optics with standard and custom solutions to meet and even exceed the required performances.

With this webinar, Radiall will unveil the latest interconnectivity solutions for quantum technologies: a strategic and booming field. Will you be part of it?

Key Takeaways

  • Discover an array of leading-edge interconnect solutions for quantum technologies
  • Examine why quantum technologies are poised to advance communications, sensor and computer systems and capabilities
  • Learn about relevant standard and custom solutions engineered by Radiall

Speakers

Glenn Davis, Business Development Manager - Interconnect Products, Richardson RFPD

Glenn Davis has over 23 years of experience in RF, wireless and power industries, including 15 years in distribution. He worked in a variety of roles at a leading global interconnect manufacturer before joining Richardson RFPD, including product management for optical products and power cables. After working as a regional field sales engineer promoting all RF and power products, Davis took the business development manager position to focus on interconnect and passive products. His current role includes engineering and applications support across North America, supplier and product management, along with marketing.

Dr. Laurent Petit, Research & Technology Project Manager, Radiall

Dr. Laurent Petit has been with Radiall for more than 12 years, prior to which he held various positions in European research centers and industry in the field of RF and microwave components and (sub) systems. He joined Radiall (2011) as innovative antenna R&D engineer then (2012) research and technology corporate as advanced project manager and ‘senior‘ expert working on innovative connectors, MMW antennas and multiphysics with several related publications and patents. He has also been leading the "quantum technologies" theme for Radiall Corporate for 5 years. He received an M.S. degree in physics and microelectronics engineering from Telecom Physique Strasbourg in 2003 and a microelectronics and microwave PhD from University Grenoble Alpes in 2006. He is an IEEE Senior Member.

Sabine Saint Martin, Head of EU Distribution Sales, Radiall

With 20 years of experience, Sabine Saint Martin has worked in sales and operation activities both in France and internationally. She joined Radiall in 2003 and is based at the Radiall headquarters in Paris. In December 2020, she was appointed as head of EU distribution sales. Prior to this position, Saint Martin held several functions in sales: inside sales for international aerospace accounts, inside sales manager with local and international collaborators and commercial support manager working as a corporate coordinator. She plays an essential role in deploying a diversification strategy and furthering the distribution business activities with specific applications such as quantum for which she took the role of coordination across Radiall.