Our EQC is unique quantum hardware that takes a fundamentally different approach to other providers.
Hardware with the EQC
Most Quantum Computers try to exclude noise from the external environment and create perfect systems insulated from nature.
These systems require significant engineering feats and experts are anticipating that doing anything useful with them will take decades.
QCI’s Entropy Quantum Computer is uniquely designed to solve for this noise and create useful qubits to perform computations now.
As a result, Dirac:
How It Works
EQC utilizes the measurement postulate of quantum mechanics.
EQC operates on quantum open systems, where the dynamics of a quantum state is affected by its surrounding environment.
EQC is a general methodology to quantum information processing, supporting optimization, gate models, and more.
For optimization, EQC starts with quantum fluctuations and preferentially amplifies the ground state of a Hamiltonian through a feedback control loop.
Dirac-1™ is available as a subscription service. We have packages that suit customers looking for an initial proof of concept, all the way through to dedicated access.
Introductory Rate - Perfect for PoC
10 hours on Dirac with 10 hours Quantum Solutions Support
Quarterly Shared Subscription
Up to 40 dedicated hours on Dirac per quarter
Annual Shared Subscription
Up to 40 dedicated hours on Dirac per quarter for 4 quarters
Annual Dedicated Subscription
Dedicated access to a Dirac 1 10k Qubit EQC Binary system
QCI is already working with customers and partners to deliver business value.
The BMW sensor problem demands an optimal (lowest cost/maximum coverage) configuration of vehicle sensors for autonomous driving. In 2022, QCI applied its initial quantum computer prototype to the BMW sensor problem delivering a superior, feasible solution to a real-world problem.
QCI has partnered with VIPC to apply entropy quantum computing to a critical risk-management use case involving the selection of flight trajectories for unmanned aerial vehicles. This project is part of a wider effort by VIPC to develop a robust infrastructure that supports Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) systems and businesses across the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Fraudulent card transactions cost the banking industry billions of dollars annually as cybercriminals continue using increasingly sophisticated techniques to try to thwart online security measures. QCI is collaborating with Rabobank to demonstrate the use of entropy quantum computing for improving bank fraud detection techniques.
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