- D-Wave’s quantum solutions help businesses solve computationally complex optimization problems, including logistics, employee scheduling, factory processes, and more
- Advantage(TM) is D-Wave’s fifth-generation quantum computer featuring industry-leading 5,000+ qubits and 15-way qubit connectivity
- D-Wave’s commercial customers include blue-chip industry leaders like Mastercard, Deloitte, Siemens Healthineers, Unisys, NEC Corporation, Pattison Food Group Ltd., and Lockheed Martin
Business leaders today are faced with a myriad of solutions to consider for integration into their organization’s IT infrastructure, many of which are critical in achieving meaningful operational efficiency and business advantage. One of the most promising yet perplexing solutions is quantum computing. Most businesses are faced with a vast array of optimization problems, but solving those challenges efficiently can be incredibly challenging. D-Wave Quantum (NYSE: QBTS), a leader in quantum computing systems, software, and services, focuses on solving such challenges by delivering value to customers through practical quantum solutions for problems such as logistics, artificial intelligence, drug discovery, scheduling, and financial modeling.
As a leader in quantum computing, D-Wave has delivered the world’s first commercial quantum computer, the first real-time quantum cloud service, countless highly proprietary hardware and software products, and numerous scientific milestones. These innovations serve to help organizations harness the power of quantum technology to address their most computationally complex problems and to help business leaders recognize when to consider quantum over classical computing to tackle their biggest challenges.
Classical computers offer limited computation – using bits represented by 0s and 1s to store information. Quantum computers use quantum bits (qubits) to encode information as 0s and 1s with the ability to use them simultaneously. This superposition, along with other quantum mechanical phenomena and tunneling, enables quantum computers to manipulate enormous combinations all at once.
When using classical computers, business leaders are faced with the inability to search multiple avenues for solutions to complex problems – the solutions are often time-consuming and may never come to fruition. D-Wave’s quantum computer uses quantum annealing to search for solutions to these problems, with the goal of ultimately finding the best solutions without waiting weeks or months for an answer.
D-Wave’s current commercial quantum product offerings include:
- Advantage – a fifth-generation quantum computer featuring 15-way qubit connections and processor architecture with more than 5,000 qubits.
- Leap(TM) – the company’s quantum cloud service that allows developers proficient in Python to begin building and running quantum applications. Leap delivers immediate, real-time access to D-Wave’s Advantage quantum computer and hybrid solver services, with enterprise-class performance and scalability.
- Ocean(TM) – a suite of open-source Python tools that empower developers to experiment, rapidly develop, and harness the power of Advantage to solve complex problems.
- Launch(TM) – an onboarding solution that helps businesses get started on the quantum journey. Launch was designed to guide enterprises from problem discovery through in-production application deployment.
D-Wave’s commercial customers include blue-chip industry leaders like Volkswagen, Mastercard, Deloitte, ArcelorMittal, Siemens Healthineers, Unisys, Accenture, BBVA, NEC Corporation, Pattison Food Group Ltd., DENSO and Lockheed Martin. D-Wave features a diverse and robust collection of use cases on its Customer Success Stories page, showing how quantum computing has provided value in the real world (https://nnw.fm/S3weV).
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.DWaveQuantum.com.
NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to QBTS are available in the company’s newsroom at https://nnw.fm/QBTS
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