While many people still think of quantum computing as an exotic and complex field with a high bar for entry, our goal is to democratize access to quantum as widely as possible because we believe a developer in their garage is just as likely to come up with the killer application for quantum computing as someone at a massive company. We’re excited to join the Strangeworks Quantum Syndicate and make our systems available through the Strangeworks EQ™ to reach an even wider audience."
Strangeworks has created a bustling independent community for quantum computing enthusiast, developers, and enterprises who want to deploy quantum hardware and software technologies. We’re incredibly excited to be a part of their platform launch and to integrate Deltaflow in this amazing infrastructure, giving everyone the option to look deep into the control systems of quantum computers."
To truly progress quantum computing, millions of developers will need to understand and practice coding with quantum information. Strangeworks' focus on bringing a beautiful experience to the next generation of quantum coders does a service to our entire industry and might just help find some new answers to the question "what can you do with a quantum computer?""
IBM and Strangeworks share a deep commitment in an open, community-based approach to developing the quantum computing industry and ecosystem. IBM is thrilled to have our quantum software and hardware technologies integrated and ready to make quantum computing more accessible and usable to a broader set of developers in the private and public sectors."
Strangeworks is a great partner to further advance the quantum ecosystem and we are excited about the collaboration between our two organizations."