ColdQuanta appoints Sandi Mays and Corban Tilleman-Dick as
Boulder, CO, Jun 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – ColdQuanta, the leader in Cold Atom Quantum technology, today announced that it has appointed Sandi Mays and Corban Tillemann-Dick as business advisors. The business and technical acumen of these established industry leaders will be instrumental in guiding the company as it rapidly accelerates the commercialization of its Cold Atom Quantum technology.
“ColdQuanta enables a wide range of solutions in the field of quantum computing and sensing, and is already demonstrating leadership in the commercialization of its revolutionary Cold Atom Quantum technology,” Dan Caruso, executive chairman of ColdQuanta. “Sandi and Corban are exceptional innovators who bring broad technological expertise, strategic vision and industry depth that will accelerate the adoption of our technology for commercial organizations and government agencies. “
Sandi Mays is the co-founder and former CIO / CXO of the Zayo group. She is an active member of the Denver community and is deeply involved in STEM organizations. Mays is currently a member of the CIO Advisory Board at Salesforce, Director of the Board of Directors of the Latino Leadership Institute and Director of the Board of Directors of the Colorado Technology Association. Sandi has received numerous accolades including 2019 CIO of the Year from the Colorado Technology Association, 2018 Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Colorado, and 2018 Latinas First Trailblazer.
“ColdQuanta has established a leading position in the market and is ready to propel quantum technology into the future with its Cold Atom method,” said Sandi Mays. “The company was born from scientific innovation and its technology will have a considerable impact on the way we live and work. I look forward to working with this diverse and entrepreneurial team as they continue to innovate and pave the way for the mass adoption of quantum technologies.
Corban Tillemann-Dick is the founder and CEO of Maybell Quantum Industries, a venture-backed startup focused on designing and manufacturing the hardware to make quantum technologies possible. Prior to launching Maybell, he was a partner at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where he led the company’s quantum computing efforts and SaaS start-up program. At BCG, Tillemann-Dick has worked with leading quantum computing technology companies and in a wide range of quantum industries, including financial services, energy, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and automotive. He holds numerous patents and has won technology, business and innovation awards from NASA, MIT, ConocoPhilips, Dow Chemical, Johns Hopkins and others.
“Every facet of civilization will be transformed by the quantum. When these technologies reach scale, they will create untold societal benefits and contribute more than $ 1 trillion to corporate profits each year, ”Tillemann-Dick said. “ColdQuanta sets itself apart in the industry with its widely applicable Cold Atom technology; technology with the potential to revolutionize computing, sensing and communications.
Mays and Tillemann-Dick join ColdQuanta as business advisors amid the recent and continued growth of the business. Over the past two months, ColdQuanta has expanded its leadership team by announcing Dan Caruso as Executive Chairman and Interim CEO, Rushton McGarr as CFO and Paul Lipman as Commercial Director. ColdQuanta is actively recruiting for several positions within the company.
ColdQuanta is the leader in Cold Atom Quantum technology, the most scalable, versatile and commercially viable quantum field. ColdQuanta is dedicated to making quantum a reality through the development of a cloud-based quantum computer and precision sensing and networking solutions. Backed by years of research and development, ColdQuanta’s story began in 1924 with the discovery of Bose Einstein condensate (BEC) – also known as the 5th form of matter – and 70 years later it was was first realized at the University of Colorado at Boulder in collaboration with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). ColdQuanta was spawned by this BEC breakthrough. Today, ColdQuanta works with its global clients, which include large commercial and defense companies; the US Department of Defense; national laboratories operated by the Department of Energy, NASA and NIST; large universities; and quantum-focused technology companies, to advance products and services developed with Cold Atom Quantum technology. ColdQuanta is based in Boulder, CO with offices in Madison, Wisconsin and Oxford, UK. For more information, visit www.coldquanta.com.
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