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Partnership aims to make programming for quantum more accessible for developers
December 13, 2023
Quantum companies Classiq and Oxford Quantum Circuits (OQC) have announced a partnership to make advanced quantum computing more user-friendly and streamlined for a wide range of users in research and industry.
The companies aim to simplify the quantum computing experience for developers by removing complexities. It integrates Classiq's software with OQC's quantum hardware, including their latest next-generation OQC Toshiko machine. They aim to provide a comprehensive solution covering modeling, debugging, automatic quantum circuit synthesis, optimization and execution on OQC's quantum hardware.
Classiq's contribution is its quantum software platform that simplifies the development and execution of quantum software on quantum processors. The platform can automatically create optimized quantum circuits from various inputs, such as functional models or high-level quantum code.
OQC develops enterprise-grade quantum computers using superconducting qubits. It is collaborating with software partners like Classiq to ensure user-friendly and seamlessly integrated quantum systems.
The project ultimately aims to integrate the two companies’ technologies with data centers and high-performance computing systems to enhance the overall efficiency and accessibility of quantum computing.
“Classiq’s software helps unlock the power of quantum by abstracting away complexity for developers. We are thrilled to be partnering with them to ensure our hardware can be used seamlessly by a broad quantum community to achieve real-world impact,” said OQC CEO Ilana Wisby.
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