Quantum Computing Inc. Launches Subscription Service For Dirac 1 Entropy Quantum Computing 

Quantum Computing Inc. Launches Subscription Service For Dirac 1 Entropy Quantum Computing 

Quantum Computing Inc., a US-based quantum computing company, has launched a subscription service to provide businesses access to its renowned computing system, Dirac 1 Entropy Quantum Computing (EQC). QCI used Dirac 1 during the public Quantum Computing for Automotive Challenges event in July, organized by the BMW Group. The EQC completed the challenge’s large-scale optimization problem in six minutes and provided an excellent and feasible solution.

QCI’s photonic EQC system has a distinct computational strategy from current quantum computing providers. Existing quantum computing architectures operate on closed quantum systems under extreme requirements to contain interference from the environment. However, EQC operates on open quantum systems, carefully coupling a quantum system to an engineered environment so that its quantum state collapses to represent a problem solution. 

“QCI is excited to offer our clients access to a commercially available quantum system that can run real-world problems and provide business value today. Based on our interaction with the current quantum market base, we know there is a desire to get business value from quantum computing technology that has previously been unsatisfied.”

Dave Morris, QCI’s Chief Revenue Officer

QCI will provide EQC subscriptions at different levels, ranging from a few hours per month to a fully dedicated system. The price will be similar to competitors’ subscriptions but with more availability and processing power. 

Dirac 1 is the first system that Quantum Computing Inc. will make commercially accessible, and it focuses on tackling binary optimization issues. In Q4, Quantum Computing intends to release Dirac 2 and allow users to execute substantially bigger integer-number optimization tasks.

“QCI is committed to bringing innovative quantum solutions to the world,” “We believe our core  technology has immediate commercial applications across many business domains including quantum sensing and cyber security. This is just the first commercial application we are launching.”

Robert Liscouski, QCI’s CEO.

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