Cambridge Quantum Computing

CQCL is one of the world’s leading independent Quantum Computing companies. We design, create and build tools for the commercialisation of quantum computers with a focus on developing operating systems and also quantum algorithms capable of becoming useable applications. CQCL has built a proprietary operating system for Quantum Computers (t|ket>) and has a suite of quantum algorithms for applications and programmes in various stages of development.
Our research and development team has a unique mathematical skill set focuses in a number of key areas that include but are not limited to:
Financial Services
Medicine and Biotech
Big Data
CQCL works with a diverse variety of corporate and research organisations. We also sponsor and support research within different aspects of Quantum Information Processing as well as the development of a Quantum Processor. Our support includes grant aided work for graduate and research students which in turn will increase the network of qualified scientists within the quantum computing industry.

Cambridge, GB
Cambridge Quantum Computing is headquartered in Cambridge, GB

Cambridge Quantum Computing Office Locations

Cambridge Quantum Computing has an office in Cambridge
Cambridge, GB (HQ)
9A Bridge St

Cambridge Quantum Computing Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Total Funding

$50 m

Latest funding size

$50 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years


Cambridge Quantum Computing's latest funding round in August 2015 was reported to be $50 m. In total, Cambridge Quantum Computing has raised $50 m

Cambridge Quantum Computing Financials


Net income (FY, 2016)

(999.6 k)
GBPFY, 2015FY, 2016

Pre tax profit

(717.9 k)(999.6 k)

Net Income

(717.9 k)(999.6 k)
GBPFY, 2015FY, 2016

Accounts Receivable

4 k683

Current Assets

4 k683


530 k882.4 k

Total Assets

534 k883.1 k
    GBPFY, 2015FY, 2016

    Net Income

    (717.9 k)(999.6 k)
      Y, 2016

      Financial Leverage

      1.1 x
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