The existence of Quantum Computing has long been considered a mystery for a majority. Even scientists and researchers have not fully adopted and understood quantum technology. Strangeworks QC Platform has provided an application for developers and companies worldwide to learn, teach, create, and collaborate on quantum computing projects. With the hereness of ColdQuanta’s Hilbert Quantum Computer, applications for quantum chemistry, optimization, logistics, and machine learning will now be accessible through the Strangeworks Ecosystem.
Strangeworks QC™, a quantum-enabled Platform as a Service (PaaS) for subject matter experts to solve problems with quantum solutions, has welcomed to their ecosystem the cloud-based quantum computer, known as Hilbert, a universal and scalable gate-based Cold Atom room-temperature operating computer. This powerful quantum computer by ColdQuanta, a world-leading quantum technology marketing company specializing in the quantum methods of Cold Atoms, is designed to deliver 100 Qubits by early 2022 and is targeting to run > 1000 Qubits by 2024. It is created with a combination of powerful attributes – high qubit count, low-temperature operation, miniature, cloud-based, Gate fidelity, Qubit connectivity, gate duration, and coherence. This Super Quantum Computer will advance Strangeworks’ users for a quantum advantage.
Advantages for Strangeworks Users
Strangeworks seek to humanize quantum computing and make it accessible to everyone. It helps its users accelerate integration for quantum advantage by providing more easy-to-understand, straightforward quantum hardware access, pre-built and pre-tested managed quantum services, and flexibility to interact with existing corporate applications.
Members of the Strangeworks Backstage Pass program will have early access to the Hilbert Quantum Computer. At the same time, a general pass for nonmembers and other scientists, researchers, software developers, companies, and enthusiasts from around the globe will follow. Access grants initiation and collaboration on projects, eliminating barriers to widespread quantum adoption, and addition of access to applications for quantum chemistry, optimization, logistics, and machine learning.
Applications to the ColdQuanta Backstage Pass ticket are now open. For additional information on the Backstage-Pass Program see frequently asked questions here.
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