QCi Hosts Webinar Series Featuring Optimizations that Deliver Quantum-Ready Solutions at Breakthrough Speed

LEESBURG, Va., July 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Quantum Computing Inc. (OTCQB: QUBT) (QCi), a technology leader in quantum-ready applications and tools, has introduced a new series of free webinars featuring the company’s Mukai™ quantum computing software execution platform and how it can solve real-world, constrained-optimization problems at breakthrough speed.

Session 1: The Value of QuOIR Running on the Mukai Platform; Use Cases and Examples
Tuesday, July 14
Time: 12 noon Eastern time (9:00 a.m. Pacific)
Topics: This session will focus on the different ways Mukai can solve a variety of complex, real-world optimization problems faced by nearly every major company and government agency worldwide, including those involving logistics routing, drug design, and manufacturing scheduling.

The presenters will also review a recently published benchmark study showing how Mukai delivers superior performance for an important constrained-optimization problem compared to other solvers, producing best-in-class quality of results, time-to-solution and diversity of solutions running quantum computing software tools on classical computers (Intel® and AMD processor-based) .

Participants will learn about how the QuOIR™ constrained-optimization layer of the Mukai platform makes it easier to achieve this superior performance by automatically creating a QUBO that meets constraints as well as finds an optimal solution.

Sign up today to attend this event and discover how Mukai has brought us to the day when quantum-ready methods on classical systems can achieve greater performance compared to traditional classical methods.

Register today for Session 1 by clicking here.

Session 2: The Mukai ‘How To’ Webinar
Tuesday, July 21
Time: 12 noon Eastern time (9:00 a.m. Pacific)
Topics: This session will dive deeper into the functions and features of the Mukai quantum computing software execution platform, focusing on how developers and organizations can migrate their existing applications to quantum-ready solutions today and realize superior performance even when running their solutions on classical computers.

Participants will learn how they can get started with their free trial of Mukai, which the company officially launched last week. Learn how to use the Mukai API for calling a proprietary set of highly optimized and parallelized quantum-ready solvers that can execute on a cloud-based classical computer infrastructure and deliver differentiated performance for many quantum-ready algorithms.

Mukai’s comprehensive software suite enables developers to create applications that can benefit from quantum advantage without needing to learn how to create quantum gate circuits or create and embed a QUBO.

While quantum computing is typically a high-dollar investment given the sophisticated and costly hardware requirements, Mukai makes quantum application development affordable and scalable compared to running solutions on intermediate quantum computers, like those offered by D-Wave, Fujitsu, IBM and Rigetti.

Sign up today to attend this event and learning how Mukai’s unique functionality and breakthrough in performance has eliminated one of the greatest obstacles to the development and adoption of quantum-ready applications.

Register today for Session 2 by clicking here.

Your Webinar Host
Steve Reinhardt, QCi’s VP of product development, will host the webinars. Recognized for being among the handful of top quantum software experts in the world, Reinhardt has built hardware and software systems that have delivered new levels of performance and analytic capability using conceptually simple interfaces. This includes Cray Research T3E distributed-memory systems, ISC Star-P parallel-MATLAB software, YarcData/Cray Urika graph-analytic systems, and apps and tools for D-Wave Systems’ annealing-based quantum computers.

Reinhardt has focused on graph analytics since 2003, developing graph-analytic core software and using it to solve end-user problems, particularly in cybersecurity. He currently leads the QCi product development team which is delivering today on the value proposition of quantum-ready applications and tools.

To learn more about the trial or webinars, please feel free to contact John Dawson at trial@QuantumComputingInc.com. You can also submit your inquiry here.

About Quantum Computing Inc.
Quantum Computing Inc. (QCi) is focused on developing novel applications and solutions utilizing quantum and quantum-ready computing techniques to solve difficult problems in various industries. The company is leveraging its team of experts in finance, computing, security, mathematics and physics to develop commercial applications for industries and government agencies that will need quantum computing power to solve their most challenging problems. For more information about QCi, visit www.quantumcomputinginc.com.

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