The quantum computing business Quantinuum is working on InQuanto, a quantum chemistry software platform that is already available. Honeywell Quantum Solutions and Cambridge Quantum merged little over six months ago to form the company.
The platform is based on a core set of quantum algorithms and includes a set of tools and features to assist chemists in overcoming the existing quantum computing problems. InQuanto is a Python-based platform that has four major features. Advanced noise mitigation solutions developed in collaboration with chemistry-specific customers are also available on the platform. This is crucial for using today’s quantum computers.
To lower the processing needs for electronic structure simulations, the platform makes use of Quantinuum’s open-source Python toolkit TKET.