D-Wave Systems announced the immediate availability of Leap 2, a quantum cloud service designed to build and deploy real-world hybrid quantum applications. In addition to live, real-time access to the D-Wave quantum system, the offering expands
Australian-based QuintessenceLabs, a company providing quantum-cybersecurity solutions, announced today that it secured an investment from In-Q-Tel, Inc. (IQT), the non-profit strategic investor that accelerates the development and delivery of cutting-edge technologies to the national security
Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) announced today that IBM has become a strategic investor in the company. The investment comes after years of collaboration between CQC and IBM’s quantum computing team. “CQC was one of the
ID Quantique (IDQ), the Swiss quantum company leader in quantum-safe security and quantum sensing, announced the launch of the ID Qube Series, a compact and cost-effective series of modules for single-photon detection at telecom wavelengths.
Quantum Xchange, a provider of secure communications for a quantum-safe world, today announced the availability of Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) algorithms to its Phio Trusted Xchange (TX) key distribution system. Phio TX was designed to separate the
Bloc Ventures, the London-based venture capital firm focused on early-stage European deep technology investments, has raised over £20 million in equity funding from industry leaders throughout the UK. The firm aims to provide expert-led funding
OTI Lumionics has developed a fast materials design approach, tailored to OLEDs and other electronic materials, that consists of a combination of machine learning techniques, computational chemistry simulations, optimization, rapid synthesis, and closed-loop feedback from
Swiss start-up Dotphoton and the European Space Agency (ESA) have signed a contract to test Dotphoton’s efficient information-preserving image compression technology for use in space applications. Dotphoton’s software provides raw image data compression with guaranteed raw image
Quantum Machines (QM), creators of The Quantum Orchestration Platform, has announced that they join the IBM’s Q Network. QM will develop a compiler between IBM’s quantum computing programming languages and those of QM. The compiler will
Xanadu, a Canadian quantum hardware and technology company, has received a $4.4M investment from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC). The investment will expedite the development of Xanadu’s photonic quantum computers and make them available over the cloud.