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Haiqu launches Rivet, an open-source quantum computing toolkit
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Haiqu launches Rivet, an open-source quantum computing toolkit

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  • Quantum computing startup Haiqu has launched Rivet, an open-source toolkit designed to help developers streamline the execution of modern quantum workflows like error mitigation and quantum machine learning. Rivet can be accessed for free, and the company plans to release a companion mobile app for iOS and Android.

  • Rivet aims to overcome bottlenecks in transpilation, a crucial and time-consuming step before executing an algorithm on quantum hardware. With Rivet, transpilation time for typical applications can be reduced from many hours to just a few minutes. The toolkit enhances the modularity and flexibility of industry-standard translation software, enabling developers to better manage computational resources and optimize research and prototyping cycles. 

  • According to the company, existing libraries do not allow fast, controlled, and noise-aware transpilation of parametrized circuits. Rivet was developed internally to minimize time and money spent on high-volume, high-quality transpilation and is now open-sourced to help make others' research more efficient.

  • Haiqu is a quantum computing software startup focused on developing enabling technology to enhance the performance of modern quantum hardware and accelerate the timeline to practical quantum computing. The company aims to address the foundational bottlenecks precluding the adoption of quantum applications, such as the limited number of qubits and the high noise sensitivity of near-term quantum processors. 

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