Building the quantum future at the AWS Technology Leaders Assembly
August 25, 2022
Infrastructure software to power the quantum future
We are accelerating the pathway to quantum advantage by delivering intelligent infrastructure software to correct errors, autonomously stabilize hardware, and build the next trillion-dollar greenfield industry.
We have built the highest-performing techniques and professionally engineered
software products in the industry.
Upskill for the quantum era and empower your team with the best edtech solution for individuals and enterprises.
Gain deeper insight from NISQ algorithms with >1,000x performance improvement on real hardware and up to 200x cost efficiency.
Execute on virtualized cloud QPUs with automated error suppression without user overhead.
Accelerate R&D and deliver huge performance boosts in computing and sensing with professional quantum control software.
Achieve maximum system performance with embedded quantum error correction and AI-enhanced error-suppression software for lab or cloud accessible QPUs - from gate-level optimization through robust compilation.
Maximize quantum volume and improve performance >1,000x.
See the world in a new way by detecting gravity, magnetic fields, and acceleration at unprecedented levels through systems software-stabilized for field deployment.
Whether you’re an enterprise user working to gain an advantage with quantum computing, leading a high-pace quantum R&D effort, or just discovering this exciting field,
our expert team can help you move fast and gain a strategic edge.
Navigational stability improvement.
Gate-level hardware improvement.
Improvement in algorithmic success.
Sensitivity error-source identification during quantum logic.
Reduction in gate duration.
Improvement in gate robustness to amplitude miscalibration.
We have assembled the world’s foremost team of quantum control experts.
As pioneers in this field, we are driving major advances from device-level optimal control and AI-based automation through to compilation, quantum error correction,
and robust cold-atom quantum sensing.