ID Quantique founders, Professor Nicolas Gisin and CEO Gregoire Ribordy, reflect on 20 Years of Quantum Innovation, from how they started the company to keeping the pioneering spirit alive for the next 20 years and
Paris, June 8th 2021 C12 Quantum Electronics today announces the closing of a $10 million seed round comprising funds from 360 Capital, Bpifrance (Digital Venture Fund), Airbus Ventures, BNP Paribas Développement, and Octave Klaba (OVHcloud),
Paris, June 8, 2021 – Pasqal today announced it has raised €25M in Series A funding. The round was led by Quantonation and the Defense Innovation Fund, managed by Bpifrance on behalf of the Defense Innovation Agency
We are delighted to announce that LIGENTEC SA, leader in low loss Silicon Nitride Integrated Photonics, has become a member of the Swiss Quantum Hub (SQH). Swiss based LIGENTEC provides custom specific integrated photonics circuits for
CAMBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM, May 27th, 2021 – Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) today announced the discovery of a new algorithm that accelerates quantum Monte Carlo integration – shortening the time to quantum advantage and confirming the critical
Qnami announced today the closing of a 4.0M CHF (4.4M USD) Series A financing round led by Venture Capital funds Runa Capital and SIT Capital, further supported by Seed Round investors Quantonation, Verve Ventures, Zürcher
U.S. venture capital giant Bessemer Venture Partners has signed on to lead a US$100-million funding of Toronto startup Xanadu Quantum Technologies Inc., as competition intensifies in a global race to bring quantum computers to market.
NEC Corporation and ParityQC have announced that they have started collaborating in the field of Quantum Annealing. NEC will be the first company worldwide implementing the ParityQC architecture for quantum annealing devices. The collaboration entails
By the beginning of 2020, no initiatives were promoting and discussing quantum technologies outside the academia in Brazil. Also, unlike many developed countries, Brazil has not defined a national plan to develop Quantum Computing. There
Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) today announced the latest version of tket (pronounced “ticket”), its high-performance quantum software development kit (SDK), with all licence restrictions removed for use of tket’s Python module (also known as “pytket”).