Let's start with the basics.

1) Right now quantum computing is, in general, not quite ready for practical application.

2) Someday, possibly very soon, quantum computing will be obviously practical. When that day comes, there will be those who can apply quantum advantage, and those who can't.

Odds are, if you are reading this, you already have some idea of what quantum computers are good for. Encryption, chemistry, finance, process optimisation, &c.

What we do:

- demonstrate how to access a real quantum computer from your location,

- describe how qubits can be used for computation,

- describe some basic quantum operators (Hadamard, c-not, and so forth),

- show how to use basic quantum operators (Hadamard, c-not, and so forth),

- show how superposition and entanglement can be applied to computing,

- show how to call quantum functions from software or firmware,

- describe the process of mapping appropriate problems to a quantum machine,

- demonstrate how to run your quantum algorithm from your hardware.

What we might do:

- help develop your application, if it makes sense for all concerned.

What we do not do:

- teach quantum physics in detail,

- determine when quantum computing will make sense for your business,

- get too far off track.

So what does this cost?

- first discussion free,

- educate your staff: basic hourly consulting rate (reasonable),

- develop your application: hourly rate on par with software development.

- cost of running an algorithm: roughly $1 per quantum result (to provider, not us).

- Note: quantum computing is evolving rapidly, be mindful of this up front.

Interested? Enquiries: quantum@beldynsys.com