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Q-CTRL is a provider of quantum computing software intended to perform quantum calculations to identify the potential for errors. The software uses quantum sensors to visualize noise and decoherence and then deploy controls to defeat the errors, enabling clients to measure and analyze the performance of their quantum system and exploit this information to robust single and multiqubit gates.

HQPyrmont, AU

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)53(+2%)
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Key People/Management at Q-CTRL

Robert Love

Robert Love

Chief Technology Officer
Michael Hush

Michael Hush

Chief Scientific Officer
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Q-CTRL Office Locations

Q-CTRL has an office in Pyrmont
Pyrmont, AU (HQ)
Level 3/100 Harris St
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Q-CTRL Financials and Metrics

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Q-CTRL total Funding

$15 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

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Q-CTRL News and Updates

Quantum Machines taps Q-CTRL to enhance and scale its quantum computing hardware

Quantum Machines Ltd. said today it’s trying to stabilize its quantum computing hardware platform by integrating it with Q-CTRL Pty. Ltd.’s specialized quantum firmware. Quantum computers can process information far faster than classic computers can do, and hold tremendous potential in areas such a…

Q-CTRL and Quantum Machines team up to accelerate quantum computing

Q-CTRL and Quantum Machines, two of the better-known startups in the quantum control ecosystem, today announced a new partnership that will see Quantum Machines integrate Q-CTRL‘s quantum firmware into Quantum Machines’ Quantum Orchestration hardware and software solution. Building quantum computers…

Startups Q-CTRL and Bleximo team up for application-specific quantum computing

Australian quantum computing startup Q-CTRL Pty. Ltd. is finally putting its software to use, partnering with U.S.-based Bleximo Corp. to power that company’s superconducting quantum accelerators. The partnership will see Q-CTRL become Bleximo’s “preferred provider” of quantum firmware as Bleximo l…

Q-CTRL Blogs

Meet The All-New Fortis Marinemaster Watches

Sponsored post presented on aBlogtoWatch for advertiser For decades, the Marinemaster line of sports watches has been an enthusiast favorite and a cornerstone collection for Fortis, with a wide array of concepts, styles, and iterations through the years. For 2021, the Swiss tool watch specialist rei…

Hands-On: Citizen Series 8 831 Automatic Watch

Today, I got hands-on with a member of the freshly reintroduced Citizen Series 8 watch collection, the platform where Citizen has launched a series of existing new automatic mechanical movements. Citizen originally debuted the latest generation Series 8 watches back in March 2021 on aBlogtoWatch to …

Hands-On: Bremont Longitude Watch Collection Debuts All-New Manufacture Movement

Just released by Bremont is the Longitude watch, which, in addition to being an all-new collection, also marks the debut of the brand’s long-anticipated manufacture movement. The new ENG300 series will be fully assembled at the brand’s new “The Wing” facility in Henley-on-Thames with this ENG376 ser…

Video: eBay Brings You To The Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show

Sponsored post presented on aBlogtoWatch for advertiser eBay Watches, the world’s most popular marketplace for high-end timepieces, was the official sponsor of the 2021 Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show. Operated by the larger U.S. Antique Shows organization, the Las Vegas Antique Jewelry &…

MB&F Unveils Legacy Machine Perpetual Evo Watch In Titanium

When MB&F first released the Legacy Machine Perpetual Evo in 2020, the brand’s first-ever sporting-capable watch caused an immediate stir. With a design that combined the brand’s penchant for ornately avant-garde movement making with a surprisingly tough assembly, the Perpetual Evo offered an ul…

Hands-On: Alchemists Cu29 Chapter 1 Watch

Hands-on at aBlogtoWatch today is a very rare modern timepiece from a small Swiss company that purports to produce only around 20 watches per year. The company is called The Alchemists, and aBlogtoWatch introduced their debut model — the Cu29 — here back in 2019. I recently got a chance to experienc…
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Q-CTRL Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Q-CTRL founded?

    Q-CTRL was founded in 2017.

  • Who are Q-CTRL key executives?

    Q-CTRL's key executives are Robert Love and Michael Hush.

  • How many employees does Q-CTRL have?

    Q-CTRL has 53 employees.

  • Who are Q-CTRL competitors?

    Competitors of Q-CTRL include Quantum BC, Qu & Co and QuintessenceLabs.

  • Where is Q-CTRL headquarters?

    Q-CTRL headquarters is located at Level 3/100 Harris St, Pyrmont.

  • Where are Q-CTRL offices?

    Q-CTRL has an office in Pyrmont.

  • How many offices does Q-CTRL have?

    Q-CTRL has 1 office.