As part of a multi-client study on the technology used in the middle part of the quantum computing stack, GQI Simon Fried from Classiq who shared his view on how Classiq is democratizing quantum via their platform:

Quantum Computing Midstack is an essential bridge between hardware and software, QPUs, and end-user requirements and plays a pivotal role in shaping the trajectory of quantum computing. Our vision from day one was that without a full-stack software solution quantum computing could not attain its maximum potential.
The Classiq platform’s three components cover the midstack and application layers.
We invite you to explore our true quantum compiler, operating system (OS), integrated development environment (IDE) and seamless execution on gate-based hardware:

Classiq’s true compilation can be compared to transforming a high-level language such as Python or Java into assembly code. The compilation results in a gate level machine-code implementation of the algorithm.

Classiq’s OS approach lets operating-system principles govern all resource allocations. This includes memory allocation (auxiliary qubits), accuracy allocation (error distribution between functions), entanglement allocation, runtime decisions and more.

Classiq’s integrated development environment (IDE) includes all that is necessary for the quantum programmer to work throughout the entire programming lifecycle – including spec, design, debugging, implementation, testing, verification, and deployment of the algorithm or application, including hybrid algorithms. This includes analysis tools to review results and resource utilization of the hardware.

Classiq’s approach is scalable, hardware agnostic and future-proof. We extend an invitation to you to partner with us on this mission. Let’s democratize quantum computing!

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November 27, 2023