CAMBRIDGE, England, March 5, 2021– Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) are pleased to announce the latest version of tket (pronounced “ticket”), our high-performance quantum software development kit (SDK).
The main change in Version 0.8 is that we have open-sourced all of the extensions. Extensions are Python modules which enable tket to work with different quantum devices and simulators, and provide integration with other quantum software tools. Extensions are available for all the main quantum hardware and software platforms.
Open-sourcing allows for more transparency of the code, easier reporting of issues and more robust integrations. Members of the quantum software community will now be able to make their own contributions, or take inspiration and develop their own extensions, under the permissive Apache 2.0 license.
Extensions on the pytket-extensions GitHub repository: https://github.com/CQCL/pytket-extensions
Extension Documentation: https://cqcl.github.io/pytket/build/html/extensions/index.html
About Cambridge Quantum Computing
Founded in 2014 and backed by some of the world’s leading quantum computing companies, CQC is a global leader in quantum software and quantum algorithms, enabling clients to achieve the most out of rapidly evolving quantum computing hardware. CQC has offices in the UK, USA and Japan. For more information, visit CQC at http://www.cambridgequantum.com.
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