QMware Collaborates with NVIDIA and Oracle to Strengthen Hybrid Quantum Computing

QMware, a leading hybrid quantum computing company that provides cloud services, is collaborating with NVIDIA and Oracle to test and develop a new state-of-the-art hybrid quantum computing service for enterprise customers.

QMware will use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) powered by NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU clusters, as well as the NVIDIA CUDA Quantum open-source hybrid quantum computing platform.

“We build an ecosystem where developers, researchers, and business leaders collaborate to explore quantum computing’s potential in solving real-world problems. The future of quantum computing lies in its integration into the fabric of daily business operations, and through this collaboration, we are helping to make this future a reality,” said QMware’s CTO and co-founder George Gesek.

The demonstration of QMware’s new service will enable customers to explore new industrial use cases of hybrid quantum computing, which is a combination of classical high-performance and quantum computing that delivers the highest standard of processing power available today.

The accelerated computing capabilities provided by NVIDIA A100 GPUs, coupled with OCI Compute bare-metal instances and RDMA cluster networking, will provide QMware with a diverse array of options for testing and developing commercially-valuable quantum computing applications that can be used in fields such as AI, quantum machine learning, and quantum-enhanced optimization.

CUDA Quantum provides scientists with powerful simulation tools and capabilities to program hybrid CPU, GPU, and QPU systems.

“Hybrid quantum computing has the potential to reshape how businesses operate, gain insights from data, and innovate new products and services,” said Martin Peck, vice president of technology software engineering at Oracle. “QMware is a front-runner in this exciting field, and we are pleased to bring the power and flexibility of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to support them in building hybrid quantum services for enterprises.”

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