analog to the rescue

infinityQ develops quantum analog computing solutions, able to tackle increasingly complex problems faster, with ultra-low power consumption

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this is quantum analog

To create a doppelganger of a two-level quantum system, we utilize analog circuitry. Those artificial atoms are scalable to produce, connect, and devoid of the bottlenecks of current quantum approaches. It is energy efficient, allowing us to create a resilient technology
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key features
  • superposition: 2^N states to explore space of possible solutions (where N= number of qubits)

  • no error correction needed

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resilient analog circuits
  • highly scalable to produce

  • easy to integrate

  • operates at room temperature

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all-to-all collective computing
  • all-to-all connectivity

  • all artificial atoms are devoted to computation

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creating a quantum two-level system

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that’s superposition, but how?

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we built our qubits to represent the dynamics of an electron in an atom in lambda configuration

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we created a topology where all qubits are connected to one another

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noise is absorbed by the system, no need for error correction

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coming 2022...

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our first quantum analog chip

quantum analog in action: TSP tackled

got proof? while classical computers require exponential time to solve for more cities in the TSP, our prototype infinityQube can optimize for 128 cities.

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expert take on infinityQ

infinityQ is a disruptive innovator

“Rather than following the traditional quantum paradigm, the team has proposed an alternative to the quantum conundrum — if successful it may provide quantum-like computation to industries that need it now. Their approach has the potential to accelerate much needed breakthrough discoveries in science, biotechnology, pharma, financial markets, as well as safety and environmental applications.”

Yury Shmuylovich

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EVP, NATIONAL BANK (CA)