Quantum Machines Acquires QDevil to Provide Full-Stack Orchestration Platform
QM fortifying its position as the leading provider of quantum control hardware and software
Quantum Machines, the Tel Aviv based Quantum Company is rounding out its offering with the acquisition of QDevil, a Danish company specialising in developing and manufacturing auxiliary electronics and specialised components. Quantum Machines (QM) is a leader in universal quantum cloud infrastructure.
Quantum Machines will continue to utilize the talent and expertise in quantum electronics embedded within QDevil which will bolster the company’s Auxiliary Electronics Division. The business will also integrate the company’s products for cryogenic technology-enhanced qubit performance into the existing QOP (Quantum Orchestration Project) giving users better and improved control solutions with improved performance.
Founded in 2018, QM has been selling and providing control and operational systems that are deployed across research and industry. Developing and rolling out a number of products such as its Quantum Orchestration Policy and PPU’s (Pulse Processing Units). It has also developed a universal programming language named QUA.
QDevil is an international quantum technology company focused on developing and manufacturing auxiliary electronics and specialized components which are critical for the operation of QPUs, operating from mK to room temperature. QDevil has the aim of enhancing the science in quantum electronics labs, by enabling scientists to focus their effort on the science, instead of constructing auxiliary equipment that already has been developed in other labs.
Quantum Machines is a Tel Aviv based company that is unlocking a new era in quantum computing. Quantum Machines envisions a new technological age. A time when quantum computing revolutionizes entire industries, solves global problems, and drives unprecedented innovation.