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March 7, 2017

HYPRES exhibits at APS March Meeting 2017

HYPRES is exhibiting at the APS March Meeting 2017  in New Orleans, March 13-17. If you attend, stop by booth No. 639. For more information, visit […]
November 7, 2016

HYPRES Spotlighted in Cold Facts Magazine

The recent issue of Cold Facts magazine features a spotlight on HYPRES. The article highlights the company’s Advanced Digital-RF Receiver, Integrated Cryogenic Electronics Test-bed (ICE-T), superconducting […]
September 13, 2016

Hypres awarded potential $40 million IDIQ contract to develop cryogenic RF systems for the U.S. Navy

Elmsford, NY (September 13, 2016)—Hypres, The Digital Superconductor Company™, has been awarded a potential $40,387,367 Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract by the U.S. Navy to research, develop, evaluate […]
May 9, 2016

HYPRES’ role in IARPA C3 program referenced in IEEE Spectrum

HYPRES’ role in IARPA’s Cryogenic Computing Complexity (C3) program was referenced in IEEE Spectrum article titled “Will the NSA Finally Build Its Superconducting Spy Computer? The […]
January 12, 2016

UMD Physicists, Teamed with HYPRES, Develop New Material that becomes Invisible to Microwave Radiation with Flip of a Switch

University of Maryland physicists, teamed with HYPRES, have developed a new cloaking material that can become transparent to microwave radiation with the flip of a switch. […]
August 5, 2015

HYPRES Increases Speed of World’s Fastest Commercially-Available Superconductor Integrated Circuits

Company unveils a new commercial fabrication process for superconducting ICs with an increased critical current density of 10 kA/cm2—addressing the need to increase speed in high-end […]
July 30, 2015

HYPRES to Develop Cryogenic Memory Solution for IARPA Superconducting Computers Program

HYPRES, the Digital Superconductor Company, announced that it is working to develop energy-efficient, high-density, cryogenic magnetic random access memory (MRAM) as part of a team led […]
January 19, 2015

IARPA Launches Program to Develop a Superconducting Computer

Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), recently announced that it has embarked on a multi-year research effort to develop a superconducting computer. Technology developed under the Cryogenic […]