Compare Qilimanjaro Quantum Tech vs Softek Storage Solutions
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Qilimanjaro Quantum Tech is 5 yrs old and is based in Spain.
Qilimanjaro Quantum Tech builds a full-stack coherent quantum annealing computer with an advanced algorithmic toolset. It addresses complex optimization problems in multiple real-world industry use cases. Qilimanjaro was founded in 2019 and is based in Barcelona, Spain.
Softek Storage Solutions is based in United States
Provides accelerator solutions that enable fast and efficient servers and storage systems. The company is currently private.
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This Expert Collection contains private and recently exited companies working on quantum computing, quantum communication, post-quantum cryptography, quantum sensors, and other quantum tech.
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Qilimanjaro Quantum Tech is a Leader in Quantum computer makers — superconducting circuits
The quantum computer makers — superconducting circuits market refers to the segment of the quantum computing industry that focuses on the development and manufacturing of quantum computers based on superconducting circuits. In this market, companies specialize in designing and fabricating superconducting circuits that can house and manipulate qubits. They develop the necessary hardware components, such as cryogenic systems for maintaining low temperatures, microwave control systems for qubit manipulation, and readout mechanisms for extracting information from qubits. Quantum computer makers in this market are engaged in intensive research and development efforts to improve the performance, stability, and scalability of their superconducting qubit systems.