Multiverse Computing Announces New Partnership with Tech Mahindra
In a groundbreaking move, quantum computing pioneer Multiverse Computing has forged a strategic partnership with global technology solutions provider Tech Mahindra. This collaboration marks a significant step towards advancing the practical applications of quantum computing in real-world scenarios. Multiverse Computing’s cutting-edge software, coupled with Tech Mahindra’s extensive industry expertise, is set to reshape the technological landscape and empower clients with innovative solutions.
Better Solutions for Many Industries
According to the Multiverse Computing press release, the partnership with Tech Mahindra will focus on providing quantum-based solutions to various industries, including government, healthcare, manufacturing, logistics, and finance. Multiverse Computing hopes to make this happen by delivering its advanced quantum software solutions directly to Tech Mahindra’s clients in these various industries. “Tech Mahindra understands the challenges that customers in every sector are facing, and they see the potential and new opportunities that quantum computing brings,” said Enrique Lizaso Olmos, CEO and co-founder of Multiverse Computing, in the press release. “We will combine their technical and customer knowledge with our quantum software expertise to solve difficult business problems.” Optimizing supply chains, developing personalized medicine, enhancing predictive analytics, and creating stronger encryption methods are just a few examples of this partnership’s transformative potential.
This Partnership Pushes Both Multiverse Computing and Tech Mahindra Forward
The partnership between Multiverse Computing and Tech Mahindra signifies a critical juncture in the evolution of quantum computing. As industries continue to grapple with intricate challenges that demand advanced computational capabilities, this collaboration paves the way for game-changing solutions. As Tech Mahindra focuses on AI, AR, and VR, this collaboration with Multiverse Computing can help further advance these verticals for the company. “Singularity [Multiverse Computing’s software] is a platform that provides quantum and quantum-inspired algorithms,” explained Nikhil Malhotra, the Global Head of the Makers Lab at Tech Mahindra in an interview with Inside Quantum Technology. “How this helps Tech Mahindra serve businesses is by allowing them to use the potential of these algorithms to make their offerings better and more optimized. We are all aware of the world that has transpired due to generative AI. What we tend to miss is that, while generative AI is wonderful, it utilizes a huge amount of computation power, which is not sustainable for the future. These algorithms would provide the necessary edge for Tech Mahindra research and technical teams to fine-tune their offerings to customers.”
Similarly, Multiverse Computing hopes to use Tech Mahindra’s extensive sales team “to demonstrate how Singularity can be customized and implemented for their customers,” the press release stated. In an interview with Inside Quantum Technology, Multiverse Computing’s head of advanced computing business development, Victor Gaspar, expanded on this idea: “Singularity has helped early adopters gain the benefit of quantum and quantum-inspired algorithms to improve their competitive advantage. Tech Mahindra’s deep customer knowledge and global reach will expand this opportunity to companies in every sector.”
Through this collaboration, quantum solutions that were once the realm of science fiction are set to become a reality for businesses worldwide. The synergy of Multiverse Computing’s quantum software expertise and Tech Mahindra’s extensive industry reach is poised to unlock new realms of innovation, pushing the boundaries of technology and reshaping the future of various sectors.
Kenna Hughes-Castleberry is a staff writer at Inside Quantum Technology and the Science Communicator at JILA (a partnership between the University of Colorado Boulder and NIST). Her writing beats include deep tech, quantum computing, and AI. Her work has been featured in Scientific American, New Scientist, Discover Magazine, Ars Technica, and more.