(TechGenix) TechGenix reviews five startups that are successfully finding solutions to tap into the full potential of quantum technology.
1) Q-CTRL: One of the biggest problems with quantum computing is randomization. The Q-CTRL toolkit helps in suppressing these randomization errors. Q-CTRL’s Black Opal is the first ever commercially available software to accelerate the performance of quantum computing hardware.
2) ColdQuanta: This is focused on developing laser-cooled and ultra-cold atom enabled quantum technologies and sold the first product in 2008. ColdQuanta was the one to deliver the world’s first commercial ultra-cold quantum gas system.
3) QC Ware: The Palo Alto-based company develops enterprise software solutions for quantum computers and is a pioneer in enabling enterprises to access multiple quantum hardware systems through a single software platform.
4) Xanadu: Xanadu is a photonic quantum computing and artificial intelligence company based in Toronto. Here, they use photons to carry information and perform calculations instead of electrons.
5) Zapata Computing: This Massachusetts-based startup was founded in 2017 by a group of Harvard scientists who aspired to build a quantum software and services company. The company is operating in stealth mode, but they seem to be building some sort of industry-specific solutions.