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Zurich Instruments

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Zurich Instruments Ltd. is a privately owned company developing and selling advanced test and measurement instruments[1] equipped with software for dynamic signal analysis. The company is based in Technopark, Zurich, Switzerland, and has international subsidiaries operating in Shanghai and Boston. Its focus is on academic and industrial research and development organizations.

Zurich Instruments
TypeCorporation
IndustryElectronic Equipment
Founded2008
FounderSadik Hafizovic
Flavio Heer
Beat Hofstetter
HeadquartersZurich, Switzerland
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Sadik Hafizovic (CEO)
Flavio Heer (CTO)
Stephan Koch (VP Sales)
Adrian Messmer (VP R&D)
Jan Benhelm (CMO)
ProductsLock-in Amplifiers
Quantum
Computing
Control Systems
Arbitrary Waveform Generators
Impedance Analyzers
Boxcar Averagers
Phased-locked Loops (PLL)
Number of employees
100
Websitewww.zhinst.com


History

Zurich Instruments was founded in April 2008 as a spin-off by three employees of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich).[1] hoping to take advantage of market demand for better lock-in amplifiers.

Seed financing was gained from startup competition prizes and a research project for ETH Zurich. Since then, Zurich Instruments' growth has been self-financed.[2]

The company's first product, the HF2LI, a 50 MHz lock-in amplifier, was introduced in 2009. By 2015 two further lock-in amplifiers, the UHFLI and MFLI, had been introduced, covering the frequency ranges from DC to 600 MHz and DC to 500 kHz/5 MHz respectively.[3]

Since 2016 Zurich Instruments has also been developing quantum computing instrumentation technology in close collaboration with the groups of Prof. Andreas Wallraff at ETH Zurich[4] and Prof. Leo DiCarlo at Delft University of Technology.[5] In 2018, Zurich Instruments commercialized the first Quantum Computing Control System (QCCS), which integrates a multi-channel Arbitrary Waveform Generator (HDAWG), a Quantum Analyzer (UHFQA) and a Programmable Quantum System Controller (PQSC).[6]

Zurich Instruments products include impedance analyzers, phase-locked loops, digitizers and boxcar averagers.[7] All products utilize the instrument control software LabOne, which provides platform-independent instrument control through a web-based user interface as well as a variety of APIs.

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