SEEQC completes $3 million expansion in Westchester

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ELMSFORD – SEEQC has completed its combined 12,000 square foot, renovated, multilayer, superconductive chip foundry and quantum product development and testing center in Elmsford.

The state-of-the-art facility will expand its capacity to fabricate the world’s most complex superconductor electronics for quantum computing, AI, and sensor and detectors and to test and integrate superconductive chips into state-of-the-art quantum computing systems.

The Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council recommended a $600,000 Empire State Development capital grant to support the expansion and renovation of its facility and associated costs of machinery and equipment.

In addition, the New York Power Authority is supporting the expansion with 156 kilowatts of low-cost power from the ReCharge NY program. In exchange for state support, SEEQC has agreed to create 29 new jobs and retain nine existing jobs at their Elmsford facility.

SEEQC is based in Elmsford with facilities in London, UK and Naples, Italy.