Entropica Labs Aims to Make Quantum Computers Commercial
(SBR.sg) Quantum technology startup Entropica Labs aims to be one of the firms to pioneer in bringing that tech to Singapore. The Singapore-based startup builds algorithms, software tools, methods and models to make quantum computers useful.
“In the last [few] years, huge corporations and startups alike have created cloud infrastructures for users to connect and utilise small-scale quantum processors. A fast-growing hardware ecosystem calls for the parallel and complementary growth of a software and applications landscape, a process highly reminiscent of what happened in classical computing after the 50s. This is the part of the story where Entropica enters the scene,” said Tommaso Demarie, co-founder and CEO at Entropica Labs.
Demarie shares that they are following three avenues on this area: first is applied research, where they investigate and develop algorithms and techniques on the quantum hardware we can access today; second, is around problem-solving, supporting enterprise partners to become quantum-aware and help clients map problems to diverse quantum computing frameworks; lastly is on preparing to create novel software tools and methods for quantum computers that can be utilised commercially.