Quantum Machines acquires QDevil to provide Full-Stack Orchestration Platform

Quantum Machines acquires QDevil to provide Full-Stack Orchestration Platform

Quantum Machines (QM) announced its acquisition of Danish Quantum Computing leader QDevil. The addition of QDevil’s industry-leading products and unique expertise compliments QM’s goals from both a hardware and software perspective and reinforces QM’s position as the leading global provider of Quantum Control technology, offering full control solutions from gate-level to qubit.

Since its founding in 2018, Quantum Machines has established itself as the leading provider of control and operation systems for quantum computing across companies and research centers. The company has announced significant milestones to propel quantum development, releasing QUA, the first standard universal language for quantum computers, its Quantum Orchestration Platform (QOP) as well as its latest Pulse Processing Unit to help increase quantum R&D teams’ productivity by orders of magnitude.

QDevil is an international quantum technology company focused on developing and manufacturing auxiliary electronics and specialized components which are critical for the operation of QPUs, operating from mK to room temperature.

Quantum Machines will leverage the outstanding talent and expertise in quantum electronics to serve as the company’s Auxiliary Electronics Division. The company will also integrate the company’s products for cryogenic technology for enhancing qubit performance into the existing QOP to provide customers ever-improving control solutions with unparalleled performance.

Quantum Machines employs an interdisciplinary team of physicists and engineers of over 80 in Israel, France, Germany, Canada, and the United States. The company has seen rapid expansion over the past year, and the addition of QDevil will significantly grow the Quantum Machines team, providing QM with a strong home-base in Europe with access to the top talent in the region.

Quantum Machines plans to expand and grow the Copenhagen site over the coming years.