Frequently-Asked Questions

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Quantum Software FAQs

Quantum computing is an entirely new paradigm. It requires significant new skills and knowledge to even begin to understand. Consequently, the time-to-expertise will be significant, unless organizations can locate and hire these scarce resources. Even then, these scarce experts demand significant investments.

Expect to spend 6-12 months before you have your first quantum program. And, every time your quantum processing units (QPUs) are updated or you expand the number, expect to rewrite the low-level code that's proprietary to the specific quantum computer you've selected. Then there's Qatalyst.

Qatalyst FAQs

Qatalyst is a highly sophisticated, quantum application accelerator for complex computations. It is ready-to-run, in the cloud. Its sophisticated optimization applications solve complex mathematical computations fast while delivering a diversity of high-quality results. You no longer have to bet your business decisions on a single computational result.

By eliminating the need for quantum expertise and complex programming, Qatalyst accelerates your time to business results. It uses familiar SME constructs. Simply add a Q API call to current workflows and applications, and they, too, access Qatalyst power. Faster time-to-results, faster time-to-quantum, no quantum programming required.

Do You Want to Optimize Your Business? 

In simple terms, constrained optimization guides you to decide how to do more with less, or how to use less to do more.

We all use optimization every day in our personal lives. Yet 79% of businesses don't use it for solving complex business operational problems, for example, supply chain and logistics optimization. 

This Executive Brief shares insights into how constrained optimization can offer deep insights so that you make better and more profitable business decisions.

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