Quantum Computing Inc., a software platform to bridge the gap between classical and quantum computing in the industry, recently applied to the NASADQ Capital Market to list its common stock.
These business moves range from growing sales numbers and marketing to attract more customers, as well as increasing cooperation between QCI’s partners Splunk and Meraglim. This would involved pumping more into research and development between the three companies. QCI will also invest more in its professional services team to help customers with developing quantum applications.
Mukai is the Adam of software platforms that can deliver performance advantages when quantum-ready applications are running in a classical platform, whether it is based on an Intel or AMD processor. The best results so far come from a benchmark study published earlier in 2020. Mukai 3.0 was launched recently as well, which allows easy and direct connections to some of the world’s best quantum machines, such as those made by IonQ, D-Wave, IBM, and Rigetti among many more.
Mukai is currently open to developers and organisations to try today, and users can see how easy it is to migrate their original applications to quantum-ready solutions, which delivers superior performance when solving real-world problems. This will be the case even when the quantum-ready applications are running on classical computers.
Several factors have to be considered before QCI’s shares can be listed on Nasdaq. Satisfying all the minimum requirements is a must. QCI will do its best to meet these goals, but there is no guarantee the company’s application will be accepted.
About Quantum Computing Inc.
QCI‘s goal is to develop novel applications and solutions that employ quantum and quantum-ready techniques used to solve complex problems in different industries. The company has a team of experts in finance, mathematics, computing, security, and more that assist developers, businesses, and government agencies. These parties are those hoping to leverage quantum solutions to solve their respective problems in the field.