Opticom is a Norwegian research and development company. Quantum computing is the use of quantum phenomena such as superposition and entanglement to perform computation.
Computers that perform quantum computations are known as quantum computers.
The Opticom share was listed on the Oslo Børs (Oslo Stock Exchange) in 1997 and on the main list from the start of trading in January, 2000. Since its establishment in 1994, Opticom and its subsidiaries have done research and development within a number of areas, especially the emerging field of polymer electronics.
The company developed polymer-based memory chips through its majority-owned subsidiary Thin Film Electronics AS (TFE). Opticom and Intel, which owned a minority stake in TFE, wound down their joint development work in 2005 because of technical and changes in strategic direction. Opticom has announced its intention to pursue other avenues for the technology underlying TFE's memory designs. Opticom also owned nearly a tenth of Fast Search and Transfer.