1QBit Joins the IBM Q Network

1QBit is pleased to be one of the first startups to join the IBM Q Network. Launched in December 2017, the IBM Q Network is a global community of leading Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions, startups, and national research labs that explores practical applications for quantum computing. 1QBit and other members can access IBM quantum computing hardware to run experiments and algorithms, as well as collaborate with IBM researchers and other organizations in the IBM Q Network.

As part of the IBM Q Network, 1QBit will be able to continue enhancing its client offerings to explore solutions for intractable industry problems, knowing that our hardware-agnostic platform will be able to take full advantage of the best hardware available for each problem.

Today, IBM is announcing the first startups to join this network at the first IBM Q Summit Silicon Valley event. For more information, visit the official announcement page.

“Our IBM team couldn’t be more excited to begin working closely with these industry leading startups to explore how quantum computing may address today’s unsolvable problems in industries such as financial services, automotive or chemistry.”

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