Online Platform Offers Access to Quantum Technology Benchmarks

PRESS RELEASE — Unitary Fund, a 501(c)(3) non-profit helping create a quantum technology ecosystem that benefits the most people, has released Metriq, a platform for hosting and sharing community-driven Quantum Benchmarks.

Metriq’s mission is to make transparent, accessible benchmarks available to everyone
in the quantum computing community. With the growth in quantum computing in academia and industry, it is critical to keep track of new developments. Metriq allows any user to both make submissions that show performance of methods against tasks and define new tasks that results can be submitted against.

“The platform accelerates research by opening up the taxonomy of reported results that
are often now locked away in tables of review papers. By making the data explorable
and live-updated, members of the community will be able to make better progress
together in developing quantum technology.” said Nathan Shammah, CTO of Unitary
Fund.

Metriq already includes more than 150 submissions across quantum computing applications, compilers, hardware, simulators and more. Submissions are from researchers and developers across the quantum computing community. Results include sources and are openly accessible for free.

Metriq is launching with a group of supporting partners from across startups, national labs, research groups, and deep tech investors including Cambridge Quantum Computing, Riken Research Institute, the SQMS quantum research center, IQT Labs, USRA, Strangeworks, Quantonation and Unitary Fund.

For example, “Metriq will be an exciting tool to benchmark the 3D SRF quantum computing platforms we are developing at SQMS”, said Anna Grassellino, Director of the National Quantum Information (NQI) Superconducting Quantum Materials and Systems Division (SQMS) Center, based at Fermilab, one of five NQI Centers established by the Department of Energy to advance quantum science and technology nationwide.

Metriq organizes benchmark information transparently, by and for the community. The full source code of all components of Metriq app are free and public via the Unitary Fund GitHub organization, including web front end, REST API back end and PostgreSQL database schema creation scripts. Code is provided under Apache License 2.0, and content is contributed under (Creative Commons) CC-BY-SA.




Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne is a contributor at The Quantum Insider. He focuses on breaking news about quantum discoveries and quantum computing.

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