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QMware Integrates New NVIDIA Quantum-Classical Computing Stack Into Its Own Hybrid Quantum Computing Cloud

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  • QMWare will integrate components of the NVIDIA quantum-classical computing stack into its Hybrid Quantum Computing Cloud.
  • This collaboration reinforces QMware’s commitment to delivering hardware and software for hybrid quantum computing in their cloud.
  • Critical Quote: “We see a great opportunity in the European and North American market to advance the existing data center infrastructure using QMware technology integrated with NVIDIA quantum technology. This cooperation will enable us to bring the latest quantum and GPU technology into data centers, merging the best of both computing worlds.”

QMware, the leading provider of Hybrid Quantum Computing with Private Cloud and Cloud at Customer solutions, announced today it will integrate components of the NVIDIA quantum-classical computing stack into its Hybrid Quantum Computing Cloud. This collaboration reinforces QMware’s commitment to delivering the best-of-breed hardware and software for hybrid quantum computing in their cloud.

QMware’s technology for hybrid quantum computing merges classical and quantum computing capabilities at the lowest possible level into the computational stack. This has been made possible with QMware’s unique deep integration approach that simulates hardware components to an intermediate representation for shared in-memory multi-
processing computing capabilities.

The NVIDIA DGX Quantum architecture fits perfectly into the QMware cloud with its innovative high-performance and low-latency quantum-classical computing. QMware’s customers will have access to even more powerful Hybrid Quantum Computing Solutions across multiple industries.

According to George Gesek, CTO and co-founder of QMware, “NVIDIA is one of our most valuable partners. The integration of the new quantum-classical technology marks the next step of our collaboration. The QMware Cloud brings NVIDIA-powered hybrid quantum computing immediately to market. Our customers benefit tremendously from the added value of the seamless integration of QMware’s and NVIDIA’s state-of-the-art hardware and software.”

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Tim Costa, director of high-performance computing and quantum at NVIDIA, says: “Quantum-integrated GPU accelerated supercomputing has the potential to reshape science and industry with capabilities that can serve humanity in enormous ways. Through NVIDIA’s collaboration with pioneers such as QMware, NVIDIA quantum technology is being made immediately available for many research and commercial users in the cloud, enabling universities to educate their students on quantum-classical computing.”

The collaboration is also significant for QMware as it strengthens the company’s expansion to the American market. Markus Pflitsch, CEO and co-founder of QMware, stated that “Our vision and ambition of merging quantum and classical systems build the foundation for hybrid quantum computing and hereby the next level of computing performance. We see a
great opportunity in the European and North American market to advance the existing data center infrastructure using QMware technology integrated with NVIDIA quantum technology. This cooperation will enable us to bring the latest quantum and GPU technology into data centers, merging the best of both computing worlds.”

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Matt Swayne

With a several-decades long background in journalism and communications, Matt Swayne has worked as a science communicator for an R1 university for more than 12 years, specializing in translating high tech and deep tech for the general audience. He has served as a writer, editor and analyst at The Quantum Insider since its inception. In addition to his service as a science communicator, Matt also develops courses to improve the media and communications skills of scientists and has taught courses. [email protected]

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