By IQT News posted 09 Jan 2020

(TechCrunch) Quantum Machines, an Israeli startup that’s coming out of stealth, is tackling the problem posed as quantum computers become more powerful. The process of converting those digital commands for use in the analog world of quantum computing — is becoming a bottleneck.
The company’s Quantum Orchestration Platform is a full hardware and software solution for controlling quantum systems. The company built its own custom pulse processor that can handle multi-qubit manipulation while being independent of the quantum processor with which it interacts (assuming it’s supported, of course).
The problem, he explained, is that in order to run complex algorithms on quantum processors, you also need extremely powerful classical computers. But with Moore’s Law at its end, it takes specialized hardware to do that effectively. And Quantum Machines’ hardware also offers very fast calibration, which in turn yields better, more precise results from the quantum processors it controls. What the company isn’t sharing, of course, is how exactly it is solving this problem.

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