The collaboration between Oslo based, Aker BP and CQC saw the design and demonstration of a cutting-edge Quantum Machine Learning (“QML”) algorithm to tackle a multiphase flow classification problem.
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.
CQC becomes first startup-based hub in IBM Q Network, enabling their clients to access IBM’s most advanced quantum systems and resources
Pasqal to Deploy CQC’s ‘best in class’ Quantum Software Development Platform t|ket⟩™ on Its Quantum Information Processors
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, 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