Today, we're happy to announce the close of a $1.5mm seed round, led by Eniac Ventures, with participation from Boost VC, Creative Ventures, KEC Ventures, and Gyan Kapur.
Renata and Dmitry Budko were early-stage angel investors.
Bleximo Corp. is building first-generation quantum computing systems, which address hard-to-solve problems in various industries. These systems utilize superconducting qubits and quantum application-specific integrated circuit technology. The company is based in Berkeley, California and was founded in 2017. Bleximo is an affiliate company in ...
The U.S. Department of Energy announced that Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) will receive $30 million over five years to build an Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) and collaborate with industry, academia, and other national laboratories ...
Bleximo is excited to announce that we have been awarded an entrepreneurial research fellowship in Cyclotron Road as part of Cohort Four, to continue building the runway and tools to take our technology to scale.
Bleximo is focused on introducing quantum computing for solving complex challenges, such as simulating electronic and chemical properties of new materials and molecules. Our approach to quantum computing also holds the promise of tackling complex systems modeling, optimization, and machine learning. These types of problems are ubiquitous in many industries, ...
Bleximo Corp. will be giving a talk at the Skolkovo Innovation Center on 24 April 2018, 16:00.
You can find more information here about the talk, and the poster is attached here.
We hope to see you there!
We're excited to announce that Bleximo Corp. has graduated from the Founder Institute Silicon Valley. Thank you for the support you've provided to help throughout the program.
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Bleximo Corp. is building a new type of computing systems, we call them “quantum accelerators,” because they work in conjunction with conventional powerful computers and allow to tackle problems, which are impractical or even impossible to solve on conventional digital computers alone. These accelerators leverage laws of quantum physics and are designed for particular problems in specific industries.