Analytics India: Eight Startups Leading Quantum Computing Race in India
(AnalyticsIndia.mag) Srishti Deroas, Associate Editor at Analytics India Magazine, has listed eight startups leading the quantum computing race in India.
Founded in 2021, Bhilai-based BosonQ’s name is a homage to Indian physicist Dr Satyendra Nath Bose. The startup is building technical infrastructure with a vision to create premier multiphysics simulation software for quantum computing.
Qulabs was one of the first quantum computing startups in India. Founded in 2017, the startup aims to provide services in quantum machine learning, quantum communication, quantum computations, quantum algorithms and simulations, etc.
Bengaluru-based QpiAI tech is an AI-enabled quantum model generation platform as a service (PaaS) advancing the research efforts in computing and modelling, i.e., bits, neurons and qubits. QpiAI’s quantum computing efforts drive innovations in industries such as life sciences, financial services, transport, industry 4.0, space, among others. QpiAI tech has created special optimisation hardware to solve the problem of model complexity.
Bengaluru-based QNu Labs is a leader in quantum-safe cryptography products and solutions that deals with Quantum Key Distribution (QKD). The tech enables the exchange of cryptographic key between two people with encoded quantum bits, also called Qubits. With its unique offerings, the company provides unconditional and forward security of data on the internet and cloud.
With offices across Bengaluru and Los Angeles, Automatski performs research in multiple areas, including quantum computing. Some of its remarkable works include circuit quantum computers, adiabatic quantum computers and annealing quantum computers. The startup works in several areas of quantum-inspired software to simulate various quantum computing configurations. It allows simulating configurations with large qubit counts.
The Chennai-based startup is developing an emerging quantum artificial intelligence platform with the primary objective of developing a software platform to utilise future quantum computer technology.
Kolkata-based QRDLab is an industry-first initiative to promote quantum research, education and consulting in multiple areas of quantum computing.
Founded in 2018, Taqbit offers solutions in the deep technology area of quantum key distribution.