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Developer Partner Applications

Browse our rapidly growing library of developer partner applications and quantum programs. 

QCompress

A tool for compressing quantum data. Compressing quantum data can be useful for boosting the optimization of variational quantum algorithms such as the variational quantum eigensolver. The compression systematically narrows down the search space to a region in Hilbert space to give a head start for the remaining optimization

Zapata

Zapata Computing

Zapata Computing is a team of scientists and engineers inventing, developing, and applying quantum algorithms to solve industry-critical problems. We developed two applications for the Rigetti Quantum Cloud Services platform so that users can further develop, test, and innovate upon our ideas.

QClassify

This application uses quantum states to facilitate classification. The tool allows you to train a variational quantum circuit for classification of data points using a labeled set of training data. Recent work in quantum algorithms has shown evidence that quantum computers may yield an advantage in solving this ubiquitous machine learning task.

Zapata

Zapata Computing

Zapata Computing is a team of scientists and engineers inventing, developing, and applying quantum algorithms to solve industry-critical problems. We developed two applications for the Rigetti Quantum Cloud Services platform so that users can further develop, test, and innovate upon our ideas.

Quantum Feature Detector

QxBranch’s Quantum Feature Detector (QxQFD) is a Python library providing a configurable class of quantum machine learning functions. It has a simple interface for using quantum transformations, or circuits, to detect features in data as part of a machine learning application stack, and uses Rigetti’s Forest back-end. 

QxBranch

QxBranch

QxBranch is a predictive analytics and quantum computing software company founded in 2014, based in Washington DC with offices in London, UK, and Adelaide, Australia. QxBranch specializes in data analytics services and the development of quantum computing software. To learn more about QxBranch, visit www.qxbranch.com.

QuantumFreeze

Safely navigate your penguin across a frozen lake avoiding the hidden holes! You can make classical moves from one square to the next but you can also make a quantum move - splitting your penguin into a superposition of states. Explore how quantum superposition can help solve the levels whilst constructing a circuit to run on Rigetti’s quantum computer.

Riverlane

Riverlane

Based in Cambridge, UK, Riverlane (https://riverlane.io) is developing a Simulation Engine for microscopic systems. Leveraging quantum computers to accurately account for quantum effects, the Riverlane Simulation Engine will bring the discovery of materials and drugs into a new computational era - one where the physical laboratory is used only sparingly to validate results, fundamentally accelerating the pace of discovery.

Quantum Programming Studio

QPS (Quantum Programming Studio) is a web based graphical user interface for designing quantum algorithms and executing on simulators or on real quantum computers. It has simple drag & drop user interface and works best with Rigetti Forest and QCS. QPS is place to learn, teach, experiment, share and collaborate with the community of people from quantum computing world.

Quantastica

Quantastica

Quantastica is providing programming tools and software solutions for the new era of information technology. Together with our partners, we know how to transit from classical to quantum computing. Find out more at https://quantastica.com

QCS™ Developer Partners

We created our QCS Developer Partners Program for visionary organizations pioneering the first generation of practical quantum applications. Developer Partners receive priority access to the QCS platform and dedicated Quantum Machine Images to build, maintain, and distribute their applications to the broader QCS community. 

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Research Partners

Rigetti is currently engaged with over 23 research partners across the globe. 

Berkely
Dartmouth
Toronto
USC
Tennessee
Caltech
Stanford
Northwestern University
Ecole Polytech
IEEE
Bar-Ilan U
U of the Basque Country
Universitat innsbruck
Kings College
Harvard University
Barcelona Supercomputing Center
DESY
University of Iowa
University of Tokyo
University of Edinburgh
Macquarie University
IITiS
Universite de Sherbrooke