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Quantum Computing Inc. Announces ‘Domain-Wall’ Encoding Findings

LEESBURG, Va., October 5, 2021 — Quantum Computing Inc. (Nasdaq: QUBT), a company focused on bridging classical and quantum computing, today announced research that provides evidence that “domain-wall” encoding — a method for representing information in quantum computers —delivers better performance for discrete optimization problems than other methods. This breakthrough has significant implications for a wide range of […]

Quantum Computing Inc. and IPQ Partner on Clinical Trials and Diagnostics Strategies

Leesburg, Va., July 13, 2021 — Quantum Computing Inc. (QCI) (OTCQB: QUBT), a company working to bridge classical and quantum computing, today announced a partnership with IPQ Analytics, LLC (IPQ), a life sciences and healthcare analytics company that provides solutions for diagnostics and clinical trial outcomes. Through the partnership, IPQ will analyze data to generate […]

Quantum Computing Inc. Announces Ready-to-Run Quantum Optimization on AWS

LEESBURG, Va., April 13, 2021 — Quantum Computing Inc. (OTCQB: QUBT) (QCI) today announced that QCI’s Qatalyst constrained optimization is now available as a Software as a Service (SaaS) on Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), for both classical and quantum computers. The SaaS service eliminates the need for complex quantum programming. It empowers subject matter experts (SMEs) to […]

Quantum Computing Inc. Launches QGraph for Graph Analytics

LEESBURG, Va., March 23, 2021 — Quantum Computing Inc. (OTCQB: QUBT) (QCI), bridging the power of classical and quantum computing, has launched QGraph which analyzes graphs (i.e., collections of vertices and edges) with QCI’s cloud-based Qatalyst ready-to-run quantum software. QGraph together with Qatalyst enables users and analysts to solve the most computationally expensive graph problems – the kind that can benefit […]

Bridging the Gap between Quantum and Classical Computing

Abstracting away the complexities of using quantum technology is the mission of Quantum Computing Inc. (QCI), a startup in Leesburg, VA. In this interview, Steve Reinhardt, a 20-plus year HPC veteran (Cray and SGI) and now VP/product development at QCI, talks about the challenges of bridging the gap between classical and quantum computing. QCI’s target […]

IBM Says Quantum Error Correcting Software Coming in 2023 – ‘Quantum Really Comes of Age’

If quantum isn’t to be a technology “that’s always 10 years away,” then quantum error correction (QEC) – one of the high hurdles to quantum becoming a practical reality – must be tamed.  This week at a Wall Street Journal virtual CIO Network event, IBM’s SVP and Director of IBM Research Dario Gil said the […]

QCI Launches Qatalyst, Quantum Computing Application Accelerator

LEESBURG, VA – February 17, 2021 – Quantum Computing Inc. (OTCQB: QUBT) (QCI), whose mission is to bridge classical and quantum computing, today announced the commercial availability of Qatalyst, a quantum application accelerator. Qatalyst delivers the power of quantum techniques and classical computing into the hands of non-quantum experts for solving critical business problems today. […]

QCI Launches QikStart Program for Business Adoption of Quantum Computing

Leesburg, Va., Jan. 26, 2021 – Quantum Computing Inc. (OTCQB: QUBT) (QCI), which works to bridge the power of classical and quantum computing, today unveiled QikStart, a program that partners QCI with selected participants to accelerate adoption of quantum computing for solving mission-critical problems for business. QikStart will provide access to QCI’s industry-leading quantum acceleration platform, expert […]

Quantum Computing Inc. releases version 1.1 of Mukai middleware

Quantum Computing Inc has released version 1.1 of its Mukai middleware with new capabilities delivering higher performance and greater ease of use for subject-matter experts developing quantum-ready applications needing superior performance today. “Mukai enables developers to create and execute quantum-ready applications on classical computers, while being ready to run on quantum computers when those systems can achieve performance advantages. QCI has already demonstrated superior performance today for some applications built on Mukai and running on classical computers.”