Posts tagged with: Q-CTRL

Australia Herds 100+ Quantum Software Experts into the Australian Quantum Software Network 

More than 100 quantum software experts from universities, the CSIRO and startups have formed an alliance to keep Australia at the forefront of the emerging industry, as Industry and Science...

Helping Businesses Adopt Quantum Computing With Black Opal Enterprise

Q-CTRL released Black Opal Enterprise, an expanded version of its learning platform designed to help businesses adopt quantum computing....

Q-CTRL Introduces Quantum Sensing Division to Meet Market Demands, Military Applications

Q-CTRL is delivering a globally unique take on quantum sensing, developing a new generation of ultrasensitive “software-defined” quantum sensors for use in measuring gravity, motion and magnetic fields....

Quantum Error Correction: If Technologists Can’t Perfect It, Quantum Computers Will Never Be Big

For 25 years, QEC researchers have largely focused on mathematical strategies for encoding qubits and efficiently detecting errors in the encoded sets. Only recently have investigators begun to address...

Q-CTRL Achieves 1000x in Quantum Algorithmic Success, 9000x Achievable

With these exceptional improvements, Q-CTRL is closing the performance gap between the promise of the growing quantum computers emerging on the market and the actual computational capabilities they deliver to...

Q-CTRL, University of Sydney Tackle Error Supression in Quantum Computers

A Sydney-based start-up, Q-CTRL, has released the results of its algorithmic benchmarking experiments, which demonstrate massively improved performance of quantum computers when an error suppression technique is applied. The technique...