May 21st, 2018 at 11:17 pm UTC · 2 min read
Quantum Computing has come a long way since being theorized. Qilimanjaro is ready to help take it to the next step. Quantum Computers will be able to help humanity solve problems like modelling complex chemical processes which current computers do not have the capacity to do.
Companies like Google, IBM and smaller startups are working rigorously to create the next generation of quantum computers, but there is still a long road ahead.
Qilimanjaro wants to share this technology with the public to help accelerate the progress that is being made by private companies. Quantum technology is currently highly centralised, resulting in a small number of individuals having access to the technology.
Keeping such a powerful and complicated technology in the hands of few hinders the potential progression that can be made.
This is where Qilimanjaro shine, as they aim to share this technology with the world via cloud computing allowing everyday people to work with quantum computing without the need for aposition in a specific company or the financial burdens of expensive hardware.
Qilimanjaro wants to provide two unique services to users: Qilimanjaro Computing Services (QCS) and Qilimanjaro Software Services (QSS). Both tools aim to share quantum technology at an affordable price for anyone to have a crack at:
Qilimanjaro have also created a universal quantum open source language called Qibo which allows users to work over any quantum programming environment. This tool is key to boosting quantum technologies designed to reach a broad collective of software developers.