Multiverse Computing Wins ‘Future Unicorn’ Award 2024
Quantum software company recognized as the European scale-up with the most potential to reach $1 billion in value by digital transformation industry group
Multiverse Computing participa en el grupo promotor del nuevo cluster financiero e inversor de Euskadi BasqueFIK
BasqueFIK estará presidido por Jon Ander de las Fuentes (Artizarra Fundazioa) y Fernando del Hoyo (Kutxabak) será vicepresidente. El grupo promotor está compuesto por entidades principalmente privadas, si bien, el Gobierno Vasco mantiene su representación en el clúster, a través de Gestión Capital Riesgo (Grupo SPRI) y el Instituto Vasco de Finanzas, y la Diputación Foral de Bizkaia, a través de Seed Capital Bizkaia. El resto de entidades promotoras de carácter privado son ABE capital partners SGEIC, Elkargi, Federación de entidades de Previsión Social Voluntaria de Euskadi, Fundación BBK, Garrigues, IKEI Research & Consultancy, Kaizaharra Corporacion Empresarial, Kutxabank, Laboral Kutxa, Multiverse Computing, Norgestion S.A, SANTANDER, Sociedad Rectora de la Bolsa de Valores de Bilbao, S.A.U., Artizarra Fundazioa y Tecnalia Ventures.
Samuel Mugel: Data abundance will continue to be an opportunity and a challenge
Quant Strats 2024 will take place on March 12 at the Quorum by Convene, New York. For more information download the agenda below. What has been you /your firm’s top 3 priorities for the coming year? Our top 3 priorities are: To transition from a services based business model to SaaS; To sell 100 licenses To release our new product for Large Language Models: CompactifAI
Multiverse Computing and Single Quantum Launch Materials Science Research Contract with German Aerospace Center
$1.4 million hardware and software contracts to focus on improving superconducting single photon detectors, a building block of quantum communications
Making Large Language Models Work On The Edge
Large language models like ChatGPT have revolutionized content creation. From writing code to offering nuanced, human-like conversations through customer service chatbots, businesses are now able to generate personalized content using foundation models trained on tens of billions of words.
ONTZHi Investigará tecnologías para el almacenamiento y transporte seguro del hidrógeno
El proyecto ONTZHi ‘Tecnologías Claves para el Almacenamiento y Transporte (A&T) de Hidrógeno’ anunció su inicio, “con el objetivo avanzar en la seguridad, eficiencia y sostenibilidad del almacenamiento y transporte de hidrógeno”, según informaron fuentes del consorcio en un comunicado de prensa. Con una duración total de dos años y apoyado por el Programa Elkartek 2023 del Gobierno Vasco esta iniciativa se centra en abordar los desafíos actuales asociados con el hidrógeno como vector energético.
Multiverse in London: Building partnerships in finance and beyond
Multiverse Computing, Europe’s largest quantum and quantum-inspired software AI company, set up its UK presence in early 2023. As a UK company, it has already won projects to collaborate with global names like Moody’s UK as part of Innovate UK’s Quantum Catalyst Fund.
Multiverse Computing Wins ‘Future Unicorn’ Nomination
Quantum software company makes shortlist of 10 most promising European tech scale-ups with potential to become billion-dollar companies.
Looking Back, Looking Ahead: Quantum Experts Reflect On 2023, Peer Into 2024
The quantum community has a reason to celebrate some important milestones in 2023, while looking ahead with a mix of optimism and even a little concern. Here’s a collection of reflections of 2023 and predictions for 2024 contributed by some of the ecosystem’s best known experts and thought leaders, including officials from Quantinuum, Terra Quantum, IQM Computers, Keysight and D-Wave.
Quantum Computing and Its Impact on AI: Unlocking Limitless Potential
The convergence of quantum computing and artificial intelligence (AI) has sparked a new era of technological advancements. Quantum computing, with its ability to harness the principles of quantum mechanics, introduces a paradigm shift in computational power and problem-solving capabilities. With the global market projected to reach a staggering value of USD 4,375 Million by 2028, growing at an impressive compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 38.3%, the impact of quantum computing on AI cannot be overstated. This article explores quantum computing, its expected impact on AI, and its potential to drive progressive developments across diverse industries.
Multiverse Computing and Moody’s Analytics Announce QFStudio [TM] SaaS Quantum Platform
Moody’s Analytics risk experts to provide quantum solutions for machine learning, optimization and pricing, and simulation problems via Software-as-a-Service
Quantum-Enabled Digital Twin Boosts Green Hydrogen Production
The digital twin project, from Multiverse Computing, uses quantum algorithms to optimize hydrogen production
Multiverse Computing Pioneers Quantum Digital Twin Project to Boost Green Hydrogen Production
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain, Nov. 29, 2023 — Multiverse Computing, a global leader in value-based quantum computing and machine learning solutions, has used a digital twin and quantum optimization to boost the efficiency of green hydrogen production. This work could change the economics of hydrogen production and reduce a significant source of greenhouse gas.
Multiverse Computing Launches CompactifAI to Streamline LLMs to Reduce Energy Use and Compute Costs
Leveraging quantum-inspired tensor networks, the CompactifAI compressor can also accelerate AI data training and enable new portable use cases for LLMs
Who Is Investing In The $850 Billion Quantum Tech Market And Why
Quantum technologies are among the least widely understood, yet most promising advancements set to disrupt business and industries in the coming years.
Multiverse Computing deploys quantum technology to predict floods
Climate change is here, but tech could help us adapt
Quantum leap: France’s plan to win the future of computing
While France’s high-tech cheerleading can sometimes strike a nationalistic tone, it is not taking an isolationist approach to quantum computing. French researchers formed a coalition with their quantum colleagues across Europe to apply for money from the EU’s Quantum Flagship programme. That has already led one of Germany’s national supercomputing centres JUWELS to purchase PASQAL’s technology. “Participating in European projects allows for greater ambition,” Mehr says, “because we then receive co-funding from Europe. But it's also a good way for us to expose these French devices to European research and industrial communities. That makes things a bit more collaborative.” Spain’s Multiverse Computing, which is developing quantum computing software, and Finland’s IQM have also opened offices in Paris. That makes them eligible for support under the French quantum plan.
What Large Models Cost You – There Is No Free AI Lunch
GPT-4, PaLM, Claude, Bard, LaMDA, LLaMA, Chinchilla, Sparrow – the list of large-language models on the market continues to grow. But behind their remarkable capabilities, users are discovering substantial costs. While LLMs offer tremendous potential, understanding their economic implications is crucial for businesses and individuals considering their adoption.
When matter and information merge into “Quantum”
Despite only being its 3rd edition, the QUANTUM MATTER international conference & expo (QUANTUMatter) has already become a reference event for communities involved in the study of quantum materials, quantum information and quantum technologies at large. This article reports on this meeting, which took place in Madrid, in June 2023, with 420 participants and keynote speakers from all areas of quantum technologies and quantum materials.
Crédit d’Impôt Recherche (CIR) et Crédit d’Impôt Innovation (CII) Multiverse Computing: Agréé 2023-2025
The French Ministry of Higher Education and Research has approved Multiverse Computing as an organization carrying out R&D activities in the cutting-edge field of quantum computing for private companies. Multiverse Computing is now included in the list of approved private research organizations at www.recherche.gouv.fr. The French Research Tax Credit (Crédit d’impôt recherche, CIR) is a general measure promoting the R&D efforts, irrespective of the sector or the size of the company, fostering innovation and technological advancements.