Tag: quantum computing

10.5 Million EUR for German Quantum Software Company Kipu Quantum

●  Closing of seed round led by HV Capital and DeepTech & Climate Fonds●  Investment used for further development of hardware-specific quantum algorithms●  Quantum software already implemented at major industrial customers such as BASF Karlsruhe, 19 December 2023 – Kipu Quantum, a German quantum software company, today announced it has raised seed round funding totaling […]

Kipu Quantum and the University of Santiago de Chile sign Research Agreement

KARLSRUHE, GERMANY, and SANTIAGO DE CHILE, CHILE, August 10, 2023 – Kipu Quantum GmbH, a German quantum software company focusing on developing application-dependent and hardware-specific quantum algorithms that are commercialized as enterprise solutions, and the University of Santiago de Chile, signed a Research Agreement with the goal of developing digital, analog, and digital analog quantum […]

Kipu Quantum and QuEra Collaborate to Tackle Large-Scale Quantum Optimization Problems

KARLSRUHE, GERMANY, and BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, June 28, 2023 – Kipu Quantum GmbH, a quantum software developer, and QuEra Computing, the leader in neutral-atom quantum computers, announced a new collaboration designed to tackle large-scale optimization problems. QuEra and Kipu Quantum are combining QuEra’s hardware and Kipu Quantum’s algorithms to solve optimization use cases involving a large […]

Kipu Quantum signs research collaboration deal with PASQAL to optimize quantum algorithms

Partnership aims to provide industrial quantum advantage sooner than competition through tailored analog solutions KARLSRUHE, GERMANY, June 12, 2023 – Kipu Quantum GMBH announced a two-yearresearch and development agreement with PASQAL, a leader in neutral atomsquantum computing, to optimize quantum algorithmic function and expedite quantumbenefits for enterprise.Kipu Quantum is focused on developing hardware-specific algorithms for […]

Q2B 2023 Paris | Quantum in Materials and Chemicals | Panel

Q2B 2023 Paris | A Path Towards Useful Quantum Computing | Daniel Volz