15 Quantum Computing Startups 2023 - Article by Josh Howarth
Multiverse Computing - Startup to watch in 2023 by Sifted
Insightful talks by Dr. Román Orús, Chief Scientific Officer and Esperanza Cuenca, Head of Strategy and Outreach of Multiverse Computing at Puzzle X (2022), in Barcelona.
Superpowerful computers will extract enormous benefits from artificial intelligence—and deliver proportional advantages.
Businesses are turning to quantum-as-a-service startups to gain first-mover advantage and try this high-powered tech for themselves
Presentación de SingularityTM en Madrid el 24 de enero de 2023. No te lo pienses y regístrate ahora. ¡Plazas muy limitadas!
The new algorithm can help in finance and engineering and will improve as quantum computers become faster and more fault tolerant.
Happy New Year 2023!
2022 was a big year for Spanish tech, despite an economic slowdown and dropoff in funding for startups
New Research from Multiverse Computing Shows How Limited-Qubit Devices Can Find Solutions to Complex Mathematical Problems with Remarkable Efficiency
Participantes del MWC Barcelona 2023, entre ellos Multiverse Computing
The partnership between Multiverse Computing and Bank of Canada is the type that CDL helps facilitate
Los creadores de la donostiarra Multiverse Computing, en el ámbito de la computación cuántica, un sector en plena expansión, y de Robtrusion, una iniciativa resultado de la colaboración entre Irurena Group y Mondragon Goi Eskola Politeknikoa, nos cuentan por qué estas empresas emergentes están despuntando.
Among the nominated 300 European companies for this year’s Tech Champions project, Quantum Computing Company, Multiverse, a Spanish-based Deep-Tech company developing Quantum Software, made it to the shortlist under the ‘Energy’ Category. Ten categories were identified and selected based on their innovative approach to solving society’s demands. Financial Times journalists conducted their reviews and assessments and shortlisted the best companies.
Success stories are increasingly coming from every corner of Spain
Quantum Ecosystems - Spain - Part 2 - Article by Brian Lenahan
Researchers from Multiverse Computing, a global leader in delivering value-based quantum computing solutions, and Protiviti, a global consulting firm, working with Ally Financial, an industry leader in digital financial services, have released a study demonstrating how a new algorithm run on a quantum annealing system (a technology for finding optimal solutions) can optimize investment portfolios automatically with returns that match traditional portfolios.
Ally Financial has partnered with quantum computing researchers to develop a new algorithm to enhance financial index tracking using quantum computing. The digital monetary providers firm labored with Multiverse Computing, a quantum computing options agency, and international consulting agency Protiviti to develop a technique that optimizes funding portfolios robotically with returns that match conventional portfolios utilizing considerably smaller units of shares. Sam Palmer, head of monetary engineering at Multiverse, co-authored the analysis paper with Karagiannis and Adam Florence, director of information science at Ally.
Ally Financial partnered with Multiverse Computing to explore creating investment portfolios using quantum computing—yet another instance of a bank joining the quantum computing race.
Multiverse Computing and Ikerlan have demonstrated that quantum computing has quality control value in factories.
In the quest to generate returns in challenging market conditions, many banks have been looking at utilising quantum computing to provide a financial return on portfolio optimization that can embody high return and low-risk portfolios. Researchers from Multiverse Computing, Protiviti and Ally Financial show how financial experts and advisors can use quantum annealers to solve practical problems such as portfolio optimization published in a paper named: “Financial Index Tracking via Quantum Computing with Cardinality Constraints.”