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Strangeworks is perhaps one of the lesser known QC companies. Whilst we haven’t heard from the company in a while we are pleased to note the company has been busy beefing up its software offering. The claim is that Strangeworks can allow users to run quantum code from all major frameworks and in jupyter notebooks. That means you can use Strangework’s software to interact with a variety of platforms and languages such as Cirq, Qiskit, Q# and more.
Strangeworks the Texas based company that is pioneering the interaction of man and (quantum) computer has launched a new initiative to make getting quantum savvy even easier. The new initiative sees a three pronged approach including Strangeworks QS (Quantum Syndicate) which aims to to unify all technology hardware accessible with one platform (computers based on super conducting, trapped ions, trapped atoms, annealers, and photonic technologies, among others).
Women in Quantum IV – Global Virtual Summit To Champion Women in Quantum Computing March 9-11The main sponsors, Zapata Computing and Zurich Instruments, are joined by Strangeworks, IQM, QC Ware, Quantum Brilliance, D-Wave, SeeQC, Xanadu and Honeywell. Truly an international summit, speakers and audience will span the globe, coming from…
Are we reliving the dot-com boom of the late 90’s which ended up seeing the downfall of a number of fledgling companies such as Pets.com? Out of that wreckage we saw plenty of wealth creation with companies such as Amazon and Google that have continued to innovate and provide many of the services we use today. Are we now facing the same issue of heady tech company valuations that are bleeding over into the Quantum Technology sector?
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There is now a really easy way to get into Quantum Computing and Quantum Programming. Strangeworks have made a real effort with their new platform in making it easy and simply to use, intuitive with all the functionality that you need. If you want an outline of the new service currently in beta with Strangeworks, look at a previous article on the Strangeworks Community Platform.
Strangeworks (we love that name) is one of the growing number of companies focused on providing quantum solutions. Founded by Whurley (William Hurley), Strangeworks is quantum company that likes to take a different approach – especially to it’s interface and user experience. Strangeworks also made our Quantum Company of the day a few weeks ago. […]
The Quantum Company started by (William Hurley) Whurley always makes me smile every-time I hear the name, in part because it sounds slightly odd, but is such a clever portmanteaux I’m rather annoyed that I didn’t think of it myself. Even StrangeWorks founder’s name is a conjoined word (Whurley) from his first and second name and even makes sense too.
Strangeworks was incorporated in 2018 and is a Private organization. Started by founders David Cardona, Justin Youens, William Hurley with key employees David Cardona, Justin Youens, William Hurley, Strangeworks addresses the Quantum Software market. Investment funds have been secured from Ecliptic Capital, Charles Stonehill. Based in Texas, Strangeworks has approximately 11 to 50 employees….