(CambridgeIndependent) Riverlane’s quantum operating system is being developed using expertise from the physics, chemistry, computer science and mathematics sectors. Using a quantum computer based at Oxford Quantum Circuits, Riverlane is also identifying new materials and industrial processes.
Riverlane Operating System to Remove Uncertainty
““There’s only 50 quantum computers currently around, and it’s likely to remain a limited number,” says CEO Dr. Brierley. “It’s quite difficult because if you write software for one quantum computer it won’t work on any other. So we’re currently developing an operating system, which we expect to be complete within 18 months – as an initial product. The challenge in the sector is what is the best way to build a quantum computer and this operating system will remove the uncertainty.”