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Child’s Play: Kids Book Author Named Q-CTRL Quantum Education Advisor

Call it counterintuitive reverse psychology. Q-CTRL, a startup that applies control engineering to quantum technology development, today announced that its newly hired quantum education advisor is – surprisingly enough – a children’s book writer. Perhaps Chris Ferrie’s approach will prove effective for investors, IT strategists and marketing managers who are required to deal with quantum […]

Q-CTRL and Quantum Machines Partner to Accelerate Quantum Computing Development

LOS ANGELES/Tel Aviv, Sept. 9, 2020 – Q-CTRL, a startup that applies the principles of control engineering to accelerate the development of quantum technology, and Quantum Machines, creator of the first complete hardware and software solution for the control and operation of quantum computers, today announced a global commercial partnership to integrate Q-CTRL’s firmware into […]

Q-CTRL to Accelerate Quantum Technology Solutions for National Security Applications

Today quantum startup Q-CTRL announced a strategic investment by In-Q-Tel (IQT), the not-for-profit strategic investor that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the national security communities of the U.S. and its allies. “The company’s practice in quantum computing solves the Achilles heel of this new technology – hardware error and instability – by delivering a set of techniques that allow quantum computations to be executed with greater success.”

Q-CTRL Releases Control Tools for Improving Quantum Hardware Performance

Today quantum startup Q-CTRL announced the Beta release of its professional-grade BOULDER OPAL software tools for the quantum computing market. “BOULDER OPAL is an advanced Python-based toolkit for developers and R&D teams using quantum control in their hardware or theoretical research. Technology agnostic and delivered via the cloud, BOULDER OPAL enables building and outputting new error-robust logic operations for even the most complex quantum circuits. The result for users is greater performance from today’s quantum computing hardware.”

Q-CTRL Software to power Bleximo Quantum Accelerators for Business Computing

Today quantum startup Q-CTRL announced a global partnership to power superconducting ‘quantum accelerators’ from Bleximo, a full-stack quantum computing startup based in Berkeley, Calif. With the agreement, Q-CTRL will deliver software tools to the Bleximo team and serve as the preferred provider of ‘quantum firmware’ for quantum computing systems that Bleximo brings to market. “Our combined solutions will help speed the development and usefulness of quantum computing for a variety of industrial applications.”