Silicofeller Quantum: Helping Customers Unlock New Opportunities with Innovative Quantum Computing Solutions
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The demand for quantum developers is three times the supply; people who possess these skills are rare, and learning quantum computing will help address this talent shortage, giving them an edge over classical developers. Awareness regarding quantum mechanics is almost negligible in India. Besides the amount of Rs.8000 crores set aside by the government, there is little to no investment in quantum technology in
From Classical to Quantum Computing
Silicofeller provides businesses access to world leading quantum physicists and engineers who can help them innovate and adopt new technologies. It provides consultancy services to businesses in areas of strategy development, operational support, technology selection, and vendor management. It works with businesses of all sizes, from startups to large enterprises, and helps them overcome the challenges associated with quantum computing. Quantum computing has the potential to provide a competitive edge, but few businesses have the inhouse expertise to take advantage of it. Silicofeller's quantum computing corporate training courses are designed to help businesses get up to speed on this cutting-edge technology. The course shall provide the participants with executive education, technical training, and algorithm training while learning Qiskit by IBM, Cirq, and Q#. "By the end of the course, participants will have a good understanding of how quantum computers work and how they can be used to solve complex problems", speaks Manan Narang.
Quantum computing is still in its early stages, but it's only a matter of time before it becomes mainstream. Silicofeller is currently the only startup providing training in quantum computing, where courses in AI and Data Science are found abundantly. Being ahead of the game, Silicofeller will have a significant advantage over its competitors. Headquartered in New Delhi, Silicofeller's team consists of around twenty people working remotely. Its clientele comes from various companies and backgrounds, realising the potential of this groundbreaking technology.
Silicofeller aims to help organizations transition from classical computing to quantum computing and make India a Quantum superpower by 2030. It plans to set up its quantum data centre in the next ten years. It believes that quantum computing will change the world, and its team is proud to be at the forefront of this revolution.