Make quantum technology useful

Advanced, intuitive and scalable quantum control engineering solutions

Real-world quantum outcomes

We deliver transformational real-world outcomes from quantum technology. Q-CTRL enables researchers, developers, and engineers to build stable, reliable quantum computers and quantum sensors, without suffering from the noise and hardware error that has held back the field for so long.

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Q-CTRL is trusted by the world’s leading innovators, from information technology and consulting to transport and defense.

Q-CTRL can help you accelerate past the competition

The field of quantum technology is moving fast.

Whether you’re an enterprise user working to gain an edge with quantum computing, leading a high-pace quantum tech R&D effort, or discovering our exciting field, you can trust Q-CTRL’s unmatched expertise.

We help our customers and partners achieve practical use-cases from real quantum-enabled hardware - all through the power of quantum control.


We can help you begin your quantum journey with the Q-CTRL Learning Center and educational resources.


Deliver more, faster, through expert-developed solutions that help you automate and optimize quantum computers and quantum sensors.


Power development teams with our quantum error correction tools that are demonstrated to improve algorithmic speed and performance more than 1,000X.

Q-CTRL is leading state-of-the-art quantum research

Discover our research in quantum technology.

Unleashing the power of quantum technology with cloud computing

How Q-CTRL's use of cloud-compute technology delivers up to 100x improvements in time-to-solution for our customers

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Making quantum technology practical

Q-CTRL has the proven capability to empower leaders across industries to solve their quantum technology challenges.


Make quantum technology useful

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