Quantum deals & data week 12, 2020

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We are tracking 227 quantum firms (+9 this week)

  • Quantum algorithms: 12 firms

  • Quantum consulting: 25 firms

  • Quantum hardware: 68 firms

  • Quantum media: 7 firms

  • QKD: 31 firms

  • Quantum Communications: 5 firms

  • Quantum software: 58 firms

  • Quantum hardware suppliers: 21 firms

We are tracking 86 quantum research institutes (+1 this week)

  • Australia: 4

  • Austria: 1

  • Canada: 7

  • Denmark: 2

  • Germany: 4

  • Israel: 2

  • Japan: 4

  • Malta: 1

  • Netherlands: 3

  • Russia: 1

  • Singapore: 1

  • Spain: 3

  • Sweden: 1

  • Switzerland: 2

  • UK: 5

  • USA: 44

We are tracking 168 quantum researchers (+ 3 this week)

  • No further data

We are tracking 28 government institutes (no changes this week)

  • Australia: 2

  • Canada: 1

  • China: 1

  • France: 2

  • Germany: 3

  • India: 1

  • Netherlands: 2

  • Russia: 1

  • Singapore: 1

  • Switzerland: 1

  • UK: 1

  • USA: 12

We are tracking a total of 238 capital raises in Quantum

  • No new deals reported over the last week

Quantum firms raising funding *

New to the pipeline this week (full pipeline available to clients only):

  • Quantum Base

  • Solid.AI

  • Entropica

  • Aveniox

  • Cambridge Quantum Computing

  • Lancaster Cryogenics

  • Lancaster Material Analysis

* This is a non exhaustive list of deals and does not constitute an endorsement by the author or anyone affiliated with Interference Advisors of these companies. For deal flow that’s assessed and reviewed, or due diligence services, please contact us directly.


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