Cambridge Quantum Computing integrates Google framework

Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) and Google are collaborating in quantum computing, the company said.

As part of the collaboration, CQC will utilize the open source CIRQ framework developed by Google and the state-of-the-art 72-qubit “Bristlecone” quantum processor to develop software designed specifically for quantum computers.

The potential of such technology is difficult to overstate, promising to revolutionize fields ranging from chemistry to finance, from encryption to AI.

Established in 2014, Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is a world independent quantum computing company combining expertise in Quantum Information Processing, Quantum Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Chemistry, Optimisation and Pattern Recognition. CQC designs solutions that will benefit from quantum computing even in its earliest forms.

CQC is headquartered in Cambridge, England but maintains an international presence in the United States, and Hong Kong.