However, to solve enterprise-grade problems, quantum computers need to have several thousands of qubits (quantum bits). But if a computer had 1,000 qubits or more, it would be impossible to write software for it using the current methods of quantum software development.
Developing quantum software at the gate level and connecting qubits to quantum gates is not an easy task, even when there are just a few qubits. But as the number of qubits increases, it is next to impossible to design, debug, and maintain circuits using manual software development processes.
This is where Classiq steps in.
Classiq redefines the entire process of quantum software development. Its quantum algorithm design platform allows clients to create quantum algorithms that scale to solve real-world problems. “Our quantum software development platform makes it possible to design, synthesize, and optimize novel circuits that could not be created otherwise,” said Yuval Boger, chief marketing officer at Classiq.
Classiq’s quantum algorithm platform is designed to automatically create optimized circuits from high-level functional models of quantum algorithms. It combines these models within the required constraints and hardware specifications, such as the number of gates, circuit depth, and accuracy, to automatically synthesize an efficient quantum circuit within seconds. This quantum circuit can seamlessly be executed on any quantum cloud platform such as Amazon Braket or Microsoft Azure Quantum. The platform allows clients to specify what they want the software to do at a functional level. This programmability enables clients to create sophisticated circuits with ease without having to write software using quantum assembly language.
Our quantum software development platform makes it possible to design, synthesize, and optimize novel circuits that could not be created otherwise
Classiq’s core strength lies in its team and the customers it serves. Its highly-skilled team includes many people with PhDs, advanced degrees in physics and computer sciences, and computer-aided design. Simultaneously, Classiq’s customers often aspire to enhance their quantum computing expertise in-house and to learn how to create quantum applications by themselves. A typical client engagement starts with a threemonth proof of concept project during which clients indicate the problem they want to solve. Classiq’s quantum computing experts then train clients on how to express the problem in quantum terms and use the platform to solve it. As a result, clients become self-sufficient and develop their own expertise and IP on the chosen subject.
Classiq has revolutionized quantum algorithm creation. The company is the go-to quantum computing partner for several large players in the industry. Instead of working in quantum assembly language, Classiq works at a higher level. This is a much better approach to creating quantum software to address real-world problems.