Cambridge Quantum Computing

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Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is a company operating in the field of quantum software and quantum algorithms. It develops solutions including a quantum development platform (t|ket⟩, enterprise applications in the area of quantum chemistry (EUMEN), quantum machine learning (QML), and quantum augmented cybersecurity (IronBridge). The company serves chemical, energy, financial, and material science sectors. CQC aims to design tools for the commercialization of quantum technologies.
TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQLondon, GB
Websitecambridgequantum.com
Employee Ratings4.9

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2021)125(-2%)
Revenue (FY, 2018)£123.7 K(+2924%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
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Key People/Management at Cambridge Quantum Computing

Ilyas Khan

Ilyas Khan

Director & CEO
Niels Nielsen

Niels Nielsen

Chairman
Waseem Shiraz

Waseem Shiraz

Chief Operating Officer
Mitsunobu Koshiba

Mitsunobu Koshiba

Director
Thomas Benjamin

Thomas Benjamin

President, America
Shuya Kekke

Shuya Kekke

President, Japan
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Cambridge Quantum Computing Office Locations

Cambridge Quantum Computing has offices in London, Cambridge, Chessington, Arlington and in 2 other locations
London, GB (HQ)
32 St James's St, St. James's
Cambridge, GB
9A Bridge St
Chessington, GB
Leatherhead Rd
London, GB
1st floor, 1-2 Castle Ln, Westminster
Tokyo, JP
4/F East Tower Otemachi First Square, 1-5-1
Arlington, VA, US
1300 17th St N #530
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Cambridge Quantum Computing Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

Cambridge Quantum Computing total Funding

$95 m

Cambridge Quantum Computing latest funding size

$45 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Cambridge Quantum Computing investors

Cambridge Quantum Computing's latest funding round in December 2020 was reported to be $45 m. In total, Cambridge Quantum Computing has raised $95 m
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Cambridge Quantum Computing Revenue

Cambridge Quantum Computing's revenue was reported to be £123.69 k in FY, 2018
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2018)

123.7k

Net income (FY, 2018)

(3.1m)

Cash (31-Jul-2018)

6.5m
GBPFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Revenue

4.1k123.7k

Pre tax profit

(717.9k)(999.6k)(1.4m)(3.2m)

Income tax expense

77.5k

Net Income

(717.9k)(999.6k)(1.4m)(3.1m)
GBPFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018

Cash

5.0k6.5m

Accounts Receivable

4.0k683.09.0k

Current Assets

4.0k683.05.0k6.9m

PP&E

530.0k801.9k1.6m109.3k
GBPFY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2018

Net Income

(717.9k)(999.6k)(3.1m)
GBPFY, 2015

Financial Leverage

1.7 x
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Cambridge Quantum Computing Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

91/100

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Cambridge Quantum Computing Online and Social Media Presence

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Cambridge Quantum Computing News and Updates

CAMBRIDGE QUANTUM AND DEUTSCHE BAHN NETZ AG PARTNER

Combining Cambridge Quantum’s latest combinatorial optimisation algorithm Filtering Variational Quantum Eigensolver (F-VQE), recently shown to outperform leading quantum algorithms, with DB’s operations research expertise, the team re-optimised realistic train timetables after simulated delays and a…

Cambridge Quantum Computing Releases tket v0.7 with Open Access to All Python Users

CAMBRIDGE, England, Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) today announced the latest version of tket (pronounced "ticket"), its high-performance quantum software development kit (SDK), with all licence restrictions removed for use of tket's Python module (also...

Cambridge Quantum Computing Appoints Oxford University Professor Bob Coecke as Chief Scientist

CAMBRIDGE, England, Jan. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC), a global leader in quantum computing software and algorithms, is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Bob Coecke as its Chief Scientist. Coecke who has previously served as Senior Scientific...

Cambridge Quantum Computing Posts Foundational Scientific Papers on 'Meaning Aware' Quantum Natural Language Processing

'Quantum native' attributes of natural language processing exploited in experiments on IBM quantum computers CAMBRIDGE, England, Dec. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) today announced that it has built on earlier advances in "meaning- aware" Quantum Natural...

Cambridge Quantum Computing Completes $45 Million Financing

CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, Dec. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) has successfully completed a $45 million financing from investors including Honeywell Ventures, IBM Ventures, JSR Corporation, Serendipity Capital, Alvarium Investments and Talipot Holdings to...

NPL and Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) collaborate in quantum computing

LONDON, Nov. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Scientists at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) are working with Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) to accelerate research and development to support the commercialisation and optimisation of their quantum technologies, such as IronBridge™, and...
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Cambridge Quantum Computing Blogs

The Threat and Promise of Quantum Cybersecurity

Four potential threat areas for blockchain networks identified, including communication between network nodes... The post The Threat and Promise of Quantum Cybersecurity appeared first on Cambridge Quantum.

Cambridge Quantum and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG Leverage Latest Quantum Algorithms to Optimise Train Scheduling

Innovations from this collaboration will lead to a meaningful contribution towards a cleaner and greener future The post Cambridge Quantum and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG Leverage Latest Quantum Algorithms to Optimise Train Scheduling appeared first on Cambridge Quantum Computing.

Quantum Computational Quantification of Protein-Ligand Interactions

Josh J. M. Kirsopp, Cono Di Paola, David Zsolt Manrique, Michal Krompiec, Gabriel Greene-Diniz, Wolfgang Guba, Agnes Meyder, Detlef Wolf, Martin Strahm, David Muñoz Ramo The post Quantum Computational Quantification of Protein-Ligand Interactions appeared first on Cambridge Quantum Computing.

Representing Matrices Using Algebraic ZX-calculus

Quanlong Wang The post Representing Matrices Using Algebraic ZX-calculus appeared first on Cambridge Quantum Computing.

Cambridge Quantum Releases World’s First Quantum Natural Language Processing Toolkit and Library

lambeq is the world’s first software toolkit for QNLP capable of converting sentences into a quantum circuit. It is designed to accelerate the development of practical, real-world QNLP applications, such as automated dialogue, text mining, language translation, text-to-speech, language generation an…

An Efficient High-Level Python Library for Quantum NLP

Dimitri Kartsaklis, Ian Fan, Richie Yeung, Anna Pearson, Robin Lorenz, Alexis Toumi, Giovanni de Felice, Konstantinos Meichanetzidis, Stephen Clark, Bob Coecke The post An Efficient High-Level Python Library for Quantum NLP appeared first on Cambridge Quantum Computing.
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Cambridge Quantum Computing Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cambridge Quantum Computing founded?

    Cambridge Quantum Computing was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Cambridge Quantum Computing key executives?

    Cambridge Quantum Computing's key executives are Ilyas Khan, Niels Nielsen and Waseem Shiraz.

  • How many employees does Cambridge Quantum Computing have?

    Cambridge Quantum Computing has 125 employees.

  • What is Cambridge Quantum Computing revenue?

    Latest Cambridge Quantum Computing annual revenue is £123.7 k.

  • What is Cambridge Quantum Computing revenue per employee?

    Latest Cambridge Quantum Computing revenue per employee is £990.

  • Who are Cambridge Quantum Computing competitors?

    Competitors of Cambridge Quantum Computing include Rigetti Computing, 1QB Information Technologies and Post-Quantum.

  • Where is Cambridge Quantum Computing headquarters?

    Cambridge Quantum Computing headquarters is located at 32 St James's St, St. James's, London.

  • Where are Cambridge Quantum Computing offices?

    Cambridge Quantum Computing has offices in London, Cambridge, Chessington, Arlington and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does Cambridge Quantum Computing have?

    Cambridge Quantum Computing has 7 offices.