Cambridge Quantum Computing Announces Integration of tket platform into Strangeworks Ecosystem

Cambridge Quantum Computing Announces Integration of tket platform into Strangeworks
CAMBRIDGE, England, May 4, 2021 — Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC), a global leader in quantum software and quantum algorithms, today announced that Strangeworks, Inc., an Austin, Texas-based company dedicated to making quantum computing more accessible, will integrate CQC’s flagship quantum software platform – tket – into the Strangeworks Quantum Computing ecosystem. tket (pron. “ticket”) will become a key component of the Strangeworks QC (Quantum Computing) and EQ (Enterprise Quantum) ecosystems. With infrastructure-level integration, Strangeworks users will benefit from tket’s enterprise-level support for multiple devices and languages as well as the SDK’s ability to enable rapid prototyping and benchmarking to extract maximum value from devices in the Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) era. Used by top companies and...

Cambridge Quantum Computing releases tket v0.7 with open access to all Python users

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The quantum software development kit is platform agnostic and supports circuits from Google, IBM, Honeywell, Amazon, and Rigetti to name a few. Image: PhonlamaiPhoto, Getty Images/iStockphoto Cambridge Quantum Computing announced today that it has lifted licence restrictions on the Python module in the latest version of its quantum software development kit. Tket (pronounced "ticket") is an architecture agnostic quantum software stack and compiler.  Pytket, the Python module, interfaces with tket. This latest release allows any Python user with access to a quantum computer to deploy the tket SDK in any commercial or research contexts.  Mehdi Bozzo-Rey, head of business development at Cambridge Quantum...