Cambridge Quantum Computing are pleased to announce that they have released a new version of their class-leading quantum software platform.
Joint work will benefit from Nippon Steel’s long-standing commitment to excellence in manufacturing efficiency and also in sustainable development
CAMBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM, April 9 , 2020 – Cambridge Quantum Computing and Total to team up on a multi-year project to tackle the most critical problems faced by Earth.
Cambridge Quantum Computing announces that they have used the “natively quantum” structure of natural language to open up an entirely new realm of possible applications by translating grammatical sentences into quantum circuits, and then implementing the resulting programs on a quantum computer and actually performing question-answering. This is the first time that natural language processing has been executed on a quantum computer.
CAMBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM, March 13, 2020 – Cambridge Quantum Computing
(CQC) is pleased to announce that it has released a new version of its quantum software
development platform t|ket>™ that is optimised for Honeywell’s trapped ion quantum
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, 3 March, 2020 — Honeywell Ventures announces investment in Cambridge Quantum Computing and Honeywell Quantum Systems confirms CQC as the first beta user of their powerful quantum computer.
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, 28 February, 2020 — Cambridge Quantum Computing and CERN launch Project “Quaternion” to advance the application of quantum technologies to particle physics. Situated through CERN’s groundbreaking openlab facility that explores cutting edge science, CQC will be working closely with CERN scientists on a carefully selected series of projects.
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, 10 February, 2020 — CQC is pleased to announce that IBM has become a strategic investor in the company.
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Successful Deployment of CQC’s IronBridge Quantum Photonic Cryptography Device into IBM Key Protect
CQC gets VQE “off the ground” and provides an efficient route towards simulating excited molecules using quantum computers