Quantum Machines Buys QDevil to Provide Full-Stack Orchestration Platform

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Global quantum computing cloud infrastructure provider, Quantum Machines (QM), has acquired QDevil – a Danish quantum computing pioneer. QM’s ambitions are complimented by QDevil’s industry-leading products and unique knowledge. It would reinforce QM’s position as a global provider of quantum control technology, delivering comprehensive control solutions from gate-level to qubit.

Since the company was founded in 2018, Quantum Machines has positioned itself as a global provider of control and operation solutions for quantum computing across corporations and research organizations. The company announced significant milestones in quantum development, including the release of QUA, the first universal language for quantum computers, as well as its Quantum Orchestration Platform (QOP) and the latest Pulse Processing Unit, which would help quantum R&D teams increase productivity by orders of magnitude.

QDevil is an international quantum technology firm from Denmark that develops and manufactures auxiliary electronics and specialized components for quantum processors that operate at temperatures ranging from mK to ambient temperature.

Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. The acquisition is still subject to Danish government regulatory approval.

“We’re very excited to add the QDevil team to the Quantum Machines family,” said Dr. Itamar Sivan, Co-founder and CEO of Quantum Machines. “The addition of their unique expertise in auxiliary electronics and quantum hardware is a natural fit with our team, and will help us continue to accelerate the realization of useful quantum computers that are disruptive and ubiquitous across all industries.”

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From left: Dr. Ferdinand Kuemmeth, CTO and Co-founder at QDevil and Associated Professor at the Niels Bohr Institute, Dr. Yonatan Cohen CTO and Co-founder at Quantum Machines, Dr. Nissim Ofek, Chief Engineer and Co-founder at Quantum Machines, Dr. Jonatan Kutchinsky, CEO and Co-founder at QDevil and Dr. Itamar Sivan, CEO and Co-founder at Quantum Machines.

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Quantum Machines’ Auxiliary Electronics Division will take use of the company’s extensive skills and experience in quantum electronics. The company’s cryogenic technology for expanding qubit performance will be integrated into the existing QOP to give clients with ever-improving control solutions with unrivaled performance.

In Israel, France, Germany, Canada, and the United States, Quantum Machines employs an interdisciplinary team of over 80 physicists and engineers. The firm has grown rapidly in the last year, and the inclusion of QDevil will greatly expand the Quantum Machines workforce. It would give QM a solid European home base and access to the region’s finest talent. Over the next few years, Quantum Machines wants to develop and grow its Copenhagen, Denmark location.

“QDevil is one of the premier providers of electronics for quantum computing,” said Dr. Jonatan Kutchinsky, CEO at QDevil. “We’re delighted to join up with Quantum Machines, a company whose mission and goals align so perfectly with our own. Together we will continue to further develop the quantum community in Denmark and deliver revolutionary technologies that will make it seamless for companies developing quantum computers to realize the potential of their QPUs.”