Quantum Software Company Classiq Expands to Boston

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Sept. 6, 2023 — Quantum computing software company Classiq Technologies today announced its expansion into the Boston area and the relocation of Shai Lev, vice president of strategic partnerships, to lead the company in North America.
Headquartered in Tel Aviv, Classiq said the company’s expansion into Boston enables it to tap into the region’s quantum ecosystem, academic institutions and key
industries pursuing quantum applications.
“As we continue our impressive momentum helping organizations develop real-world quantum applications, Boston is a clear choice for further expansion,” said Nir Minerbi, CEO and co-founder of Classiq. “The Boston area is a hub for quantum research and education with an incredible pool of quantum talent. Industries aggressively exploring quantum’s potential, such as financial services, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, are very strong there.”
The company said Lev has been instrumental in forging partnerships with leading quantum hardware and software companies. To lead Classiq’s North America expansion, he relocated and will open the company’s Boston-area office.
“Boston has one of the highest concentrations of quantum activity today – from research at MIT, Harvard and other universities, to government-funded programs and private-sector efforts,” said Lev. “It’s exciting to represent Classiq in the Boston ecosystem and throughout North America as we introduce more organizations to our technologies and products to accelerate their journey to quantum advantage.”