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BosonQ Psi has released the BQPhy™ Alpha and will be available for early access in Jan 2023

Updated: Dec 16, 2022

BosonQ Psi (BQP) has released the alpha version of the world’s first Quantum-powered computer-aided engineering (CAE) software suite - BQPhy™ and early access will be provided to a limited set of users for a pilot run in the first half of January 2023. The startup is currently inviting interested users to apply for the early access program. As part of the program, BQPhy will be available for free of cost and users will be given compute credits to test various simulation use cases.

The alpha version of BQPhy will encompass three simulation capabilities, including a Quantum-ready design optimization solver and GPU-optimized structural mechanics and thermal analysis solvers. The alpha version will be followed up with the beta version and full version later in 2023.

BQPhy has already been used for proofs-of-concept with two global automakers and will serve customers from verticals including but not limited to automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, energy, and biotechnology. The software suite enables enterprise customers to perform complex simulations using Quantum computers. This powerful platform is enabled through novel engineering solvers which utilize BQP's proprietary quantum algorithms.

As the compute credits for the program are limited, interested users may use this Link to sign-up to be on the early access waitlist.

"The BQPhy platform has been extensively tested internally. With the groundwork we have been laying with our partner ecosystem, we hope to make quantum technology, more accessible and mainstream..The release of the first version of BQphy™ is an important milestone for us, and we are keen to hear early user feedback, enhance the product features before making it available at scale", said Rut Lineswala, Founder, and CTO of BosonQ Psi."

About BosonQ Psi

BosonQ Psi (BQP) is a Quantum SaaS software venture which is bringing the power of

Quantum computing in the hands of enterprise end-users. The simulation capabilities deployed by BQP combine a hybrid infrastructure that highlights the near-term value additions for customers via a quantum-based solution that significantly reduces the time for high-accuracy simulation. This means products can get to market faster and reduce overall costs for production and recalls. The company has successfully finished multiple PoCs and is currently conducting pilots with BQPhy, which is planned to release in mid of 2023. BQP is headquartered in Bengaluru, India with a presence in USA and UK. BQP is supported by programs like TCS COIN, Microsoft for Startups, AWS Activate, Intel OneAPI, and Strangeworks Quantum Syndicate.


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