In the challenging quantum world we are not alone, operating at the frontier of the quantum revolution Qunnect relies on a strong ecosystem and affiliations with institutions who paved the way for decades with extensive scientific research.

Capital Investors for the Quantum Future


Quantonation is the first early-stage VC fund dedicated to Quantum Technologies and Deep Physics. Thanks to its scientific expertise, it aims at supporting the transition of these technologies into commercial products for industry.



A non-profit organization that partners with funders and leading research institutions to support the Activate Fellowship, a new path for entrepreneurial scientists and engineers to transform their discoveries into world-changing technologies.


The Luminate is a startup accelerator for optics, photonics, and imaging. 

Enabling The Quantum Ecosystem


The Quantum Economic Development Consortium is a consortium of stakeholders aiming to enable and grow the quantum industry. It brings industry representatives and government agencies together to discuss the challenges in advancing quantum sciences and associated technologies.

Brooklyn Navy Yard Deep-tech Incubator

NEWLAB fosters transformative tech, including artificial intelligence and material sciences to help create solutions for pressing problems. In partnership with IBM, its Quantum Studio facilitates advances in applied quantum technologies by convening an ecosystem of entrepreneurs, researchers, and industry partners.

Seed Fund for Emerging Science & Technology in New York


In partnership with Empire State Development, the Accelerate NY Seed Fund supports science and technology early-stage ventures located in Downstate NY. They provide seed funding for early-stage growth and facilitate the transition from laboratory research into products, processes, and services.

Largest University-connected Research Foundation in the Country


The Research Foundation for The State University of New York enables SUNY faculty to focus their efforts on the education of students and the performance of life-changing research across a wide range of disciplines including engineering, physical sciences, energy, and computer science.