Q-CTRL

Q-Ctrl, a spin-off from the University of Sydney's Quantum Science, is the most intuitive cloud platform to harness the world's most advanced quantum control.

Q-CTRL is building the quantum technology industry by overcoming the fundamental challenge in the field – hardware error and instability. 

Q-Ctrl was founded in 2017 by Michael J. Biercuk. The company is headquartered in Sydney, NSW, Australia, with an office in Los Angeles, California.

 

Q-CTRL’s quantum control infrastructure software for R&D professionals and quantum computing end users delivers the highest performance error-suppressing techniques globally, and provides a unique capability accelerating the pathway to the first useful quantum computers.

 

Q-CTRL is currently developing space-qualified quantum sensors via the Moon-to-Mars supply chain capability program and through the Seven Sisters Consortium led by Fleet Space.

 

Q-CTRL's quantum sensing client portfolio already includes major commercial and government engagements with Advanced Navigation, the Australian Department of Defence, the Air Force Research Lab, and the Australian Space Agency.

 

Q-Ctrl is backed by Square Peg Capital, Airbus Ventures, Horizons Ventures, Sierra Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Data Collective, Ridgeline Partners, In-Q-Tel, Main Sequence Ventures, and others. The company raised $25M in Series B round on Nov 30, 2021. This brings Q-Ctrl's total funding to $65.4M to date.

 

 

  • Year founded: 2017
  • Funding Info: $65.4M over 3 Rounds (Latest Funding Type: Series B)
  • Yearly Revenue: NA
  • Employee Size: 51-200
  • Business Valuation: NA
  • City/Town: Sydney
  • State: New South Wales
  • Country: Australia
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