The gist of it
Quantagonia’s flexible and scalable HybridSolver accepts native formulations of mixed integer programming (MIP), linear programming (LP), and quadratic unconstrained binary optimization problems (QUBO) and solves them optimally using a hybrid approach that auto-scales and allocates hardware resources based on performance and problem size requirements. The hardware-agnostic approach allows for computing on multiple backends, including CPUs, GPUs and QPUs.
“The Quantagonia team are world-class experts in optimization. Having already worked together to solve optimization problems for customers in life sciences and energy. We’re looking forward to expanding on an amazing partnership.” said Strangeworks CEO and co-founder William “whurley” Hurley,
The Quantagonia partnership highlights Strangeworks' commitment to optimization services and solutions for enterprise customers. Strangeworks’s growing catalog of proprietary and third-party applications already includes several optimization services, including Strangeworks’ proprietary Optimization Service, designed to make it easy for users to solve optimization problems by defining a problem only once and executing across multiple solvers by changing just a single line of code. This service has already seen early success with enterprise customers. Adding the Quantagonia HybridSolver empowers users to model and tackle complex high-performance optimization problems effortlessly. This encompasses seamless decomposition, utilizing advanced algorithms like quantum branch-and-bound, offering optimality proofs, and integrating the best backend for your task.
“The entire Strangeworks team is unparalleled in their leadership in making quantum computing accessible for everyone. We are excited to further strengthen the collaboration that has already proven to be outstanding,” said Dirk Zechiel, CEO of Quantagonia and former Managing Director and co-founder of Gurobi GmbH.
Sign up today for a Strangeworks account to access Quantagonia’s HybridSolver, available today for free on problems with up to 50 variables and on a paid basis for larger more complex problems.