We are building a new quantum processing unit (QPU), which is core to our decentralized quantum computing hardware, addressing the inherent limitations of cryogenic, quantum cloud systems.

Scalable Technology

Our unitary-environment system reduces qubit error, enables the multiplication of qubits and widens their applications. Dual-temperature systems inherently limit the number and quality of qubits.

Sustainable Operation

Our qubit mechanism lowers the cost of operation and reduces the environmental impact by using readily-available resources and by decreasing the energy needed to operate.

Decentralized Quantum Information Processing

Our quantum information processors will exploit economies-of-scale to reach more users.  In contrast, cryogenic mainframes require cloistered space and extensive edge transmission, decreasing availability and applications.

Three-Dimensional Architecture

Our three-dimensionally stacked circuit architecture enables holistic entanglement in a smaller micro-processor footprint. The patented nano-scale array brings the qubits closer together without interference.

Innovation for a better world

A practical approach, started by BraneCell’s founder a dozen years ago, has been validated by independent investigators in peer-reviewed publications, confirming quantum mechanical phenomena happen in nature in ambient environments. BraneCell nano-engineers products using nature’s way.


“Light-gathering macromolecules in plant cells transfer energy by taking advantage of molecular vibrations, according to the first unambiguous theoretical evidence of quantum effects in photosynthesis.”
Nature Communications.
Jan 9, 2014