Solutions for cloud quantum computing providers

Integrate quantum error correction into the most advanced quantum computing platforms

Quantum control is the critical enabling technology that’s powering the future of hardware - from quantum sensing to quantum computing.

Susceptibility to noise and error limits the range of achievable algorithms running on quantum coherent hardware.

We enable quantum error correction from the device level up, and deliver the AI-driven hardware automation needed to realize true abstraction of quantum computing devices.

Q-CTRL software stack

The world’s leading engineering teams rely on our infrastructure software and professional services to build error robustness and error correction into their systems, enabling them to deliver quantum advantage to their users.

Up to 9,000X algorithmic enhancement on cloud quantum computers
Boulder Opal workflow

Maximize hardware performance

R&D teams gain an advantage using our quantum control infrastructure software

>10X Gate fidelity

>10X System stability

>10X Device homogeneity

>10X Computational speed

Solutions for quantum R&D teams

The most powerful tools for automation and acceleration at the device level

We work with research teams to build stable and reliable quantum hardware without being held back by noise and hardware errors or labor-intensive manual operation.

We offer a complete suite of solutions that automate and accelerate the operation of quantum hardware - from computing to clocks, sensing to metrology. We focus on flexibility and convenience, delivering real value with minimal user effort.

Boulder Opal automation

Whether designing fast quantum logic gates with optimal control, combatting platform noise in a cold-atom sensor, or using AI to automate hardware tuneup and calibration, our tools help users move faster and achieve more.

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Q-CTRL software stack

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Imperial College London
NIST
Northwestern University
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USC Viterbi School of Engineering