Malaka Group

Feb 5, 2024


Today, a new kind of user is beginning to use our processors: quantum computational scientists. When it comes to using quantum computers, these users approach problems differently, and they require a distinct set of tools and capabilities.

Quantum computational scientists aren’t as interested in the inner working of our hardware. Rather, our research has shown that they want quantum computers to offer performance capable enough to advance their fields, compatibility with their current computing workflows, and ease-of-use so that they need not learn quantum physics just to solve their hard computational problems.

A new audience means that we must ensure our hardware, software, and services meets the needs of these quantum computational scientists. Most importantly, we must equip them with the tools they need to run the 100+ qubit circuits required to advance science in this era of quantum utility.