Collaboration is critical to success.
The challenges related to delivering a full-stack commercially scalable quantum computing solution cannot be met by one organization alone, rather it will require a collaborative effort. That’s why Seeqc’s platform was specifically designed to be a collaborative system. We partner with commercial, academic, and governmental organizations across the quantum computing community to both enhance product development and gain valuable insight into the rapidly evolving quantum computing ecosystem.
Our application partners include:
1QBit is dedicated to solving the world’s most complex problems with quantum computing. The company is trusted by Fortune 500 companies and top research institutions internationally as an industry leader in quantum optimization, simulation, and machine learning. 1QBit is headquartered in Vancouver and has offices in Waterloo and Sherbrooke. The company’s 110+ employees comprise mathematicians, computer scientists, physicists, chemists, software developers, and quantum computing experts who develop novel solutions to computational problems along the full-stack of quantum computing, from hardware innovations to commercial application development. SeeQC and 1QBit will work closely to co-develop a hybrid quantum-classical platform that minimizes error correction overheads needed to support advanced applications in quantum chemistry and machine learning.
Riverlane is a research-led start-up developing quantum algorithms and quantum software. Backed by leading venture capital funds and the University of Cambridge, its mission is to facilitate the demonstration of a useful application on near-term quantum computers. In collaboration with leading academics and cutting-edge companies, it is developing early use cases for its software including the design of new battery materials and new drugs. Riverlane collaborates closely with Seeqc to co-develop hardware and software. By tuning hardware components to the requirements of specific applications, we can reduce the hardware threshold necessary for commercially relevant performance.