‘Quantum native’ attributes of natural language processing exploited in experiments on IBM quantum computers
Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC)
has successfully completed a $45 million financing from investors including Honeywell
Ventures, IBM Ventures, JSR Corporation, Serendipity Capital, Alvarium Investments and
Talipot Holdings to further accelerate commercialization and consolidate its leadership position
in quantum computing software and applications.
Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is pleased to confirm that the UK’s National Physics Laboratory (NPL) has announced that it will be supporting CQC in the development of its novel photonic based product for generating certifiable quantum entropy (also commonly referred to as certifiable QRNG).
CQC CEO Ilyas Khan speaks with Dr Koji Hirano from the Intelligent Algorithms Research Center at Nippon Steel Corp, one of the world’s largest steel producers with a history of innovation and technology advancement spanning many decades.
Access to Honeywell’s System Model H1 quantum computer is a unique value-added resource that supports CQC’s groundbreaking work with top- tier clients in areas ranging from machine learning, optimization, materials science, and life sciences.
Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mehdi Bozzo-Rey as Head of Business Development.
High-performance Q-SDK t|ket⟩ now enables researchers to execute circuits on Amazon Braket and IonQ, develop quantum applications on Windows
Tucked away in the UK’s ‘Silicon Fen’, Cambridge Quantum Computing is playing a leading role in helping spearhead a second industrial revolution. Its founder and CEO, Ilyas Khan speaks exclusively to Digital Bulletin about quantum’s trajectory and competing with technology’s biggest companies.
Cambridge Quantum Computing Launches First Cloud-Based Quantum Random Number Generator Service with Verification