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New version of Quantum Inspire released

May 15, 2020

QuTech from TuDelft have released the next iteration of their Quantum Platform which features improved compatibility of interfacing different hardware back-ends and frameworks including Qiskit and ProjectQ.

One of the key advantages of the Quantum Inspire platform is the ability to get running on heir simulator without requiring a registration. So if you want to give it a whirl you certainly can without much hassle. To learn more about the platform and explore version 1.2of their SDK see their website.

The Quantum Inspire Platform from Tu Delft. Works a multitude of hardware. Program, execute and examine your quantum algorithms and requires no registration if you want a quick start.
The Quantum Inspire Platform from Tu Delft. Works a multitude of hardware. Program, execute and examine your quantum algorithms and requires no registration if you want a quick start.