Quantum Inspire

The multi hardware Quantum Technology platform

Run your own quantum algorithms on one of our simulators or hardware backends and experience the possibilities of quantum computing. Note that Spin-2 is currently being upgraded and is no longer available.
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Quantum Inspire

Program, execute and examine your quantum algorithms

Execute your algorithms on various hardware chips

We have multiple simulators and real hardware chips available. Find out what they can do for you.

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Program your own quantum algorithms

Program, visualize and share your quantum algorithms using our editor.

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Connect and analyse

Extend your application library with our SDK. Learn how to connect to Qiskit and ProjectQ.

Learn more about advanced possibilities

Get started with Quantum Inspire

Try the QI Simulator

  • No registration needed
  • Quickly discover our editor
  • No project storage
  • No access to our hardware backends
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Use our Quantum Chips

  • Quick and free registration
  • Access to our hardware backends
  • Project storage
  • Project management
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Our Knowledge Base

The goal of Quantum Inspire is to provide users access to various technologies to perform quantum computations. In our knowledge base you will find more information on how to use the editor, the syntax of the programming language and more advanced features of programming quantum algorithms.

What we are working on?

QuTech is the advanced research center for Quantum Computing and Quantum Internet, a collaboration founded in 2014 by Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO)

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