Agnostiq releases a Workflow Orchestration Platform for Quantum and HPC

Agnostiq releases a Workflow Orchestration Platform for Quantum and HPC

Agnostiq, a Quantum Computing SaaS startup located in Toronto, announced the release of Covalent, an open-source workflow orchestration platform designed specifically for quantum computing and HPC technologies. Covalent aims to make quantum and high performance computing resources more accessible to practitioners and developers, including machine learning engineers and data scientists.

Covalent solves the following challenges associated with these advanced computing technologies:

  1. Breaks workflows down into modular Python components, allowing users to easily reproduce repetitive code and avoid costly reruns; important in a high performance computing/quantum setting since running experiments on these devices is extremely expensive;
  2. Serves as a single entry point for Quantum Processors, CPUs, GPUs, and quantum-inspired hardware, with no additional setup required; and
  3. Includes an intelligent task scheduler that automatically selects the best hardware resource for a given task based on a mix of predefined as well as user-defined constraints.

Source: Agnostiq