A quantum assist for your business optimization problems
to today's optimization problems.
Expanded range of solutions.
No quantum expertise needed.
It's not about one or the other
With all the hype around quantum computers comes a number of confusing beliefs as well.
One of those is the idea that quantum will somehow replace classical computing. That's not the case. At all.
Quantum has value to process information, simulations and computations that traditional systems don't do well. And traditional systems do things that quantum computers will never be used to do.
This exec brief shares insights about how you can think about quantum and classical systems working together to deliver deeper insights to fuel better business decisions.
Accelerate your decisions, right now
Qatalyst applies quantum techniques to enhance the quality and performance of classical computations. Right now.
Faster, better optimization results
Accelerate the performance, accuracy and diversity of results for your real-world constrained optimization problems on classical computers.
No quantum expertise required
SMEs and programmers solve their first complex problems within a week, as compared to 6-12 months with quantum software toolkits requiring complex programming.
Simple access to diverse QPUs
Immediately access the power of quantum across diverse QPU vendors including Ion-Q, D-Wave and Rigetti, in the cloud. No need for low-level coding.
Seamless path to quantum evolution
Ready-for-results quantum software
No need to code or program new complex quantum applications. No need to rewrite workflows. Simply better results, across a variety of complex computational needs.
Why Constrained Optimization is the Missing Link in Your Business Decisions
Diversity in buying behaviors is driving the demand to manage a far more complex supply chain for materials and finished products, as well as new logistics strategies and methods to meet the expectations of faster, last mile delivery.
In simple terms, constrained optimization guides you to decide how to do more with less, or how to use less to do more. This executive brief offers an overview of how you can use it.