March 28, 2023
Quantum computing has been a buzzword in the tech industry for some time now, but what exactly is it, and why should we care? Well, according to Dr. Angelos Liapis, CEO at Konnektable Technologies Ltd., quantum computing has the potential to revolutionize various industries, from healthcare to finance, by solving problems that are currently unsolvable with classical computers. At the recent “International Conference on Quantum Physics and Nuclear Technology” in Paris, Dr. Liapis discussed the need for the development of algorithms and software to fully realize the potential of quantum computing, and how Europe is investing in the technology ecosystem to ensure digital sovereignty, security, and competitiveness.
Dr. Liapis also presented the “Hydra-Q”, a platform that facilitates the development of quantum software stacks and libraries, from a high-level description of algorithms to a low-level implementation with quantum gates, for solving concrete problems and applications.
Hydra-Q is focused on specifically unveiling the hidden potential that is being researched or in development in various application domains and organizing it into autonomous Quantum application development Building Blocks. These blocks will be made reconfigurable and integratable in open architectures. This way, existing and new quantum computing technological achievements will be open to being repurposed and reused for the development of new applications and quantum computing-based solutions to existing markets.
The development of Hydra-Q represents a significant step forward in the field of quantum computing, and Konnektable Technologies Ltd. is proud to be at the forefront of this groundbreaking technology. We believe that quantum computing has the potential to revolutionize various industries and solve problems that are currently unsolvable with classical computers. With Hydra-Q, we hope to bring quantum computing to the masses and unlock the full potential of this exciting technology.
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