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QCentroid And OpenQuantum Partner to Democratize Quantum Computing Access

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  • QCentroid and OpenQuantum announced a strategic partnership to improve accessibility, affordability and the speed of application development.
  • The partnership will combine QCentroid’s user-friendly platform with OpenQuantum’s commitment to open-source technology.
  • This collaboration seeks to break down the barriers that have hindered the progress needed for quantum computing adoption of quantum.

PRESS RELEASE — QCentroid, a leading Quantum-as-a-Service company, and OpenQuantum, a pioneer in open-source quantum computing hardware and software solutions, announced a strategic partnership to make quantum computing more accessible, affordable, and faster to develop applications for.

This collaboration seeks to break down the barriers to entry that have traditionally hindered the progress needed for widespread adoption of quantum computing. By combining QCentroid’s user-friendly platform with OpenQuantum’s commitment to open-source technology, the partnership will provide an end-to-end, fully integrated experience for users of all levels.

“We are excited to partner with OpenQuantum to further our mission of democratising access to quantum computing,” said Carlos Kuchkovsky, CEO of QCentroid. “Their dedication to open-source technology aligns perfectly with our vision of a future where quantum solutions are readily available to everyone. This partnership will empower businesses and researchers to explore the potential of quantum computing without the burden of complex infrastructure or exorbitant costs.”

The partnership will deliver several key benefits:

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  • Simplified Access:  QCentroid’s SaaS offering will seamlessly integrate with OpenQuantum’s hardware and software, offering users a streamlined experience to access and utilise quantum resources.
  • Open-Source Advantage: The utilisation of open-source tools fosters transparency, collaboration, and rapid innovation within the quantum ecosystem.
  • Accelerated Application Development: Using existing code and APIs with standardized open-source hardware and firmware can accelerate application development and help translate theoretical concepts into real-world solutions faster.
  • Cost-Effectiveness:  By leveraging OpenQuantum’s affordable foundational platform, the partnership will significantly reduce the cost barrier associated with quantum computing, making it more accessible to a wider audience.
  • End-to-End Solution: From accessing quantum computers to developing and deploying quantum algorithms, the collaboration provides a comprehensive solution for all quantum computing needs.

“This is an exciting development for the quantum computing industry,” said Simon Muskett, Co-Founder of OpenQuantum. “By partnering with QCentroid, we are bringing the power of the standardised, open quantum computing stack to a much wider audience of organisations providing them with the resources they need to harness the power of quantum and develop groundbreaking applications faster.”

This partnership marks a significant step forward in the evolution of quantum computing, paving the way for wider adoption and unlocking its transformative potential across various industries.

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