SCALINQ builds hardware solutions to scale superconducting quantum computers more easily
IQM Quantum Computers is a European leader in building quantum computers based on superconducting qubits.
Delft Circuits develops superconducting cables which transmit microwave signals to and from qubits at cryogenic temperatures.
Kipu Quantum compresses quantum algorithms, i.e. to arrive at the same result with fewer steps, to make quantum computers useful earlier on.
ORCA Computing builds photonic quantum computers that use photons, the fundamental particles of light, for computation.
BosonQ Psi uses quantum algorithms to speed up industry-scale simulation from months to days and taking products to market a lot faster.
Founded in 2020, the Polish-Israeli startup Quantum Flytrap builds the first no-code IDE for quantum algorithms.
Quantum Silicon is reinventing semiconductors by replacing transistors with patterns of energy-efficient single-atom silicon quantum dots.
Quantastica shapes the future of computing by generating and optimizing quantum algorithms tailored to specific use cases.
Quantum Brilliance – Shaping the Future of Room-Temperature Quantum Computing Quantum computers promise to perform certain computations much more efficiently than classical computers – and the global race to build and harness their powers has just begun. However, approaches like superconducting or ion trap quantum computers need extreme cooling or advanced laster systems to operate, …