QxBranch began as a start-up expansion of Australia's leading systems engineering and flight risk analysis firm, Aerospace Concepts. The company's unique capabilities in early stage technology development, particularly in large complex systems (submarines, naval vessels, armored vehicles, space telescopes), attracted Lockheed Martin to select the company for a partnership aimed at accelerating the adoption of quantum computing, using Lockheed's D-Wave Two quantum computer (one of only two quantum computers sold commercially; the other to Google and NASA). Now headquartered in Washington, D.C., with offices in Hong Kong and Adelaide, Australia, QxBranch works with leading investment banks, hedge funds, aerospace companies, and other partners to characterize and exploit opportunities enabled by quantum capabilities. QxBranch has collaborative relationships with preeminent researchers and institutions around the world advancing quantum computing capability. Their multi-disciplinary team includes systems engineers, computer scientists, mathematicians, quantum physicists, and economists who are passionate about creating high performance systems. They solve complex problems by combining quantum expertise with related techniques like machine learning, optimization, and monte carlo analysis.
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