Holistic Quantum Computing Solution
A Component-based, modular approach to Quantum Computing

Creating a real alternative

In an era where data and supercomputing centres, research institutes, universities, and private companies are considering how to best implement quantum computing into their compute solutions, ParTec has created a real alternative to purchasing expensive flagship systems from full-stack hardware developers. ParTec’s quantum computers are designed in a modular, qubit-agnostic approach that can accommodate different QPU types and quantum computing modalities.

The holistic solution also comprises an integration software to bridge between classical and quantum computing, an emulator acting as a digital twin of the physical system, as well as an open source based programming user environment.

ParTec’s flexible system integrator approach for quantum computing uses off-the-shelf components to optimally match the requirements of each customer. The component-based design, the minimized environmental requirements, the open software environment, and the seamless integration with classical HPC resources offer maximum protection for the quantum computing investment of ParTec’s customers.

Customer requirements

After extensive conversations with numerous (potential) customers, ParTec has gained valuable insights into the main requirements for a quantum computing solution. Clients across various sectors have consistently emphasized the need for

  • a complete hardware and software solution (full stack) that can be seamlessly integrated into their software environment,
  • a turn-key device with minimal requirements for new, specialized infrastructure,
  • the ability to program the quantum computer both on high(circuit) and low(pulse)-level, supporting industry standard programming languages. This will allow customers to not only execute quantum circuits but also perform quantum experiments by programming the control pulses.

Our Offering

Our overall quantum computing architecture combines our qubit-agnostic full-stack integration and QBridge, our software solution to integrate HPC and QC resources, with a digital twin of the physical customer system as well as a complete user environment for quantum computing on the classical system.

Below you will find an overview of the products within the platform solution: 

Hardware product

QBridge Software

Simulator with workbench

Quantum Computer Hardware Line codenamed "EIGER"

The initial quantum computer product line is being developed in a project codenamed Eiger”: a preconfigured system based on superconducting qubit technology. The EIGER design can be scaled from small qubit counts to leading-edge QPU technologies, allowing research organizations, data centres as well as industrial customers to carry out any work from early quantum exploration to spearheading research.

The future quantum computer models will be manufactured and tested in ParTec`s soon to open Quantum Factory in the heart of Munich.

Who can benefit from EIGER?

Preparing for practical Quantum Computing is becoming key for data and supercomputing centres, research institutes, universities and private companies. “EIGER” will be of particular interest for the following organisations:

  • Supercomputing centres, research institutes, universities and private companies looking for a flexible, future-proof solution for their quantum exploration and application development without QPU-vendor or QPU-technology lock-in,
  • Customers who wish to shorten the waiting time typical of quantum cloud providers,
  • Customers needing full control over all levels of the system.


To fully leverage the strengths of both, classical and quantum computing, ParTec and market leader in quantum control Quantum Machines teamed up to develop the new comprehensive software package QBridge that enables tight integration of quantum computers into HPC systems and finely interleaved multi-user access to one or multiple quantum computers.

For maximum performance, the integration works on the level of pulse-level tasks. Tasks from different jobs and users can be prioritised and scheduled according to policies managed by the HPC resource scheduler Slurm, effectively creating a virtual quantum computing environment.

QBridge is a first-of-its-kind commercially available solution and is tightly integrated with Quantum Machines’ OPX, a unique classical-quantum controller, empowering HPC users to tackle the complex task of improving performance from hybrid classical-quantum systems. For quantum computing researchers, it opens the door for programming advanced multi-qubit algorithms that require robust classical processing.  It thus maximizes QPU utilization, user productivity and performance. 

The first installation of QBridge was successfully rolled out at the Israeli Quantum Computing Center (QCC) during the first half of 2024.

Who can benefit from QBridge?

  • HPC centres who are looking to integrate Quantum Computers into their existing HPC resources,
  • Research groups who are looking to efficiently share the experimental QC system between team members and collaborators,
  • Organizations who are looking for solutions that help them economically scale as qubit capacity grows,
  • Industry (partners) seeking investment protection through a solution allowing for a broad range of qubit modalities.

Software Workbench and Digital Twin Development codenamed "GARDA"

ParTec`s overall quantum computing architecture combines the qubit-agnostic full-stack integration and QBridge with a digital twin of the physical customer system as well as a complete user environment for quantum computing on the classical system.

The open-source programming environment for ParTec’s quantum solutions supports algorithm development via Qiskit, Cirq, and Python as well as pulse-level programming via the language supported by the quantum control product deployed for the solution, currently QUA.

The software workbench provides easy access to and interchange between state-of-the-art HPC Quantum emulators (Aer, Intel-QS, Pennylane,..). Additionally noise models are used to incorporate real time calibration data into noise aware transpilation and simulation. The workflow and model repository allows for robust experimentation and reproducibility. Access to a Digital Twin for the QPU is provided (versioned for continuous development).

For customers who prefer to run the user environment and the digital twin in the cloud instead of on-premises, ParTec offers a Platform-as-a-Service solution in Amazon Web Service.

Who can benefit from "GARDA"?

  • Research groups developing quantum applications & algorithms​, particularly for NISQ systems,
  • HPC centres supporting users with a HPC Digital Twin during hardware device downtime,​
  • Industry partners looking for an integrated software framework for quantum R&D with real data from the device​,
  • Organisations focused on benchmark creation and standardization.​

Why choose ParTec?

We are heavily involved in European and national R&D projects with our collaborators, which creates the basis for the development of our products and solutions.
Secure Investment Protection
We offer a unique, easily integratable qubit-agnostic QC solution with a component-based design and the necessary expertise in quantum software, API, and hardware stack to provide the ideal system.
Our collaborative approach
At ParTec we strongly believe in expertise and collaboration as the cornerstone to any successful project. For us it is about creating tailored solutions that enable the integration of future technologies.
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